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Nevertheless, it appears that Aussie blokes were more partial to the idea than their female counterparts; roughly two thirds of men were eager to pitch their tent and dive straight into the crowd, compared to just under half of Aussie women.READ MORE: 25 songs to listen to when you’re missing someone Crooners take note!It’s official; Australia is a nation of music lovers!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.Online dating services allow users to become "members" by creating a profile and uploading personal information including (but not limited to) age, gender, sexual orientation, location, and appearance.Most services also encourage members to add photos or videos to their profile.
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Of the music lovers who voted in favour of gigging, the majority (27%) said that a rock concert would be just the ticket.
For those not partial to rocking out, pop concerts came in second place (17%), whilst smartening up and enjoying a classical performance took third spot (14%).
Believe it or not, 79% of the people we surveyed said they’d find it romantic if their partner sang to them (though the remaining fifth said it would end in sheer embarrassment).
Interestingly, a quarter of men said they’d willingly learn how to play an instrument in order to impress a partner. If you’re going to master an instrument, which one should you choose?