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People who like the musical artist you searched for, are this much more likely to like each artist below, than the average person is.
1.Don Henley         13.1x
2.Bachman–Turner Overdrive         12.3x
3.Boston         12.0x
4.Bob Seger         9.4x
5.Jim Croce         8.7x
6.38 Special         7.6x
7.Kansas         6.9x
8.Eagles         6.8x
9.The Guess Who         6.3x
10.Don McLean         5.4x
11.Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young         4.9x
12.The Hollies         4.8x
13.The Band         4.4x
14.Stevie Ray Vaughan         4.4x
15.REO Speedwagon         4.2x
16.Jethro Tull         4.1x
17.Bad Company         4.1x
18.Foreigner         3.8x
19.Blue Öyster Cult         3.6x
20.The Byrds         3.6x
21.The Moody Blues         3.5x
22.Fleetwood Mac         3.5x
23.Paul Simon         3.4x
24.Deep Purple         3.4x
25.Buffalo Springfield         3.4x
26.Paul McCartney         3.3x
27.The Animals         3.2x
28.Stevie Nicks         3.2x
29.ZZ Top     3.2x
30.Journey         3.1x
31.Jefferson Airplane         2.9x
32.Eric Clapton         2.6x
33.James Taylor         2.6x
34.The Who         2.5x
35.Genesis         2.3x
36.Elton John         2.3x
37.Yes         2.1x
38.Emerson, Lake & Palmer         2.0x
39.The Police         2.0x
40.Pink Floyd       1.9x
41.Otis Redding         1.8x
42.Queen         1.8x
43.The Doors       1.8x
44.Traveling Wilburys         1.7x
45.Phil Collins         1.7x
46.The Beatles         1.7x
47.Simon & Garfunkel         1.6x
48.Pat Benatar         1.6x
49.Janis Joplin         1.5x
50.Cream         < 1.5x
51.Rush         < 1.5x
52.Supertramp         < 1.5x
53.The Mamas & the Papas         < 1.5x
America is an English-American folk rock band formed in London in 1970 which originally consisted of Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell and Dan Peek. The three members were barely out of their teens when they became a musical sensation in 1972, scoring No. 1 hits and winning a Grammy for best new musical artist. Their recording success stretched throughout the 1970s; some of the band's best known songs are "A Horse with No Name", "Sister Golden Hair" (both of which reached No. 1), "Ventura Highway", "Tin Man", "Daisy Jane", and "Lonely People". George Martin produced seven of... more