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This topic should be on your lips when talking to friends, co-workers, or anybody else.
You should not look into dating a musician unless you are actually interested in music.
READ MORE: 100 best love songs for every occasion Additionally, 68% of Aussie singles said it’s a prerequisite for a partner to be interested in music, with over half stressing the importance of sharing a similar taste (30% even suggested they’d be put off someone if their tastes weren’t in tune! When it comes to genres, rock and roll hit the highest note with 23% of those surveyed saying it’s their go-to sound.
Pop landed second place with 19% of the vote whilst folk fans represented Australia’s third favourite genre with 13%.
To that end, there must be millions of adolescents who’ve picked up a badly-strung guitar with the hope of one day enjoying the trappings of a Keith Richards lifestyle.
Though this is thought to be a cliché, it turns out those steadfast strummers get the last laugh.
As well as asking our respondents to reveal their favourite genres, we also wanted to gauge people’s attitudes towards live music and dating.
According to our study, two thirds of Aussie singles think that going to a concert is a great first date idea.
Elite Singles’ most recent study found that a convincing 96% of respondents agreed that listening to music with a partner is a great way to crank up the romance.As Australia gets set to celebrate UNESCO’s International Jazz Day at the end of April, Elite Singles’ dedicated research team decided to ' Take Five' and get familiar with the country’s musical tastes.