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US R&B sensation Jennifer Lopez came in second with a score of 22%, whilst Aussie singer-songwriter Natalie Imbruglia nabbed third with 18% of the vote. Whether you’re considering dusting off that old guitar, penning a ballad to say ‘I love you’, or brushing up on your musical knowledge, one thing’s for certain; Australia is full of singles who can rightly call themselves bona fide music lovers!Professional Musicians often have a major passion for their music and have a hard time relating to non-musicians on an intimate level because they do not share this passion for 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.
According to our survey 46% of Aussies think the guitar is the most attractive instrument for someone to play. Lastly, we asked our respondents to list their favourite musical heartthrobs.
Drummers may want to ditch their sticks if their percussive pursuit is solely for the sake of picking up partners; 28% put down drums when asked to divulge their least attractive instrument. Topping the male charts in emphatic style is the one and only Bruce Springsteen, with 36% of Aussies singles admitting that The Boss’ heartland rock and swarthy looks send them swooning.
The verdict on the country’s most favoured female acts was a much closer call, though it turned out to be another rock megastar who clinched pole position.
Often regarded as the ‘Queen of Rock and Roll,’ Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks proved she still features in the Dreams of Aussie singles as she scored 26% of the vote.
Festivals were another topic we were eager to explore.