People who dig

The Beatles

      
are also most likely to dig...
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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.John Lennon         3.2x
2.George Harrison         2.7x
3.Paul McCartney         2.2x
4.Led Zeppelin         2.2x
5.Simon & Garfunkel         2.1x
6.Paul Simon         2.1x
7.The Rolling Stones         2.0x
8.Jimi Hendrix         2.0x
9.Pink Floyd       1.9x
10.Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young         1.9x
11.The Who         1.9x
12.Eagles         1.9x
13.The Mamas & the Papas         1.9x
14.The Doors       1.8x
15.The Jimi Hendrix Experience         1.8x
16.Eric Clapton         1.8x
17.Queen         1.8x
18.Creedence Clearwater Revival         1.7x
19.Frank Sinatra         1.7x
20.Stevie Wonder         1.7x
21.The Beach Boys         1.7x
22.Ray Charles         1.7x
23.The Moody Blues         1.7x
24.Buddy Holly         1.7x
25.Roy Orbison         1.7x
26.Louis Armstrong         1.7x
27.Chuck Berry         1.7x
28.Janis Joplin         1.7x
29.Johnny Cash         1.7x
30.Billie Holiday         1.6x
31.Cat Stevens         1.6x
32.Three Dog Night         1.6x
33.Carole King         1.6x
34.Stevie Ray Vaughan         1.6x
35.Neil Young         1.6x
36.Sam Cooke         1.6x
37.Ella Fitzgerald         1.6x
38.Brian Wilson         1.6x
39.The Animals         1.6x
40.Van Morrison         1.6x
41.The Band         1.6x
42.Cream         1.6x
43.George Gershwin         1.6x
44.Traveling Wilburys         1.6x
45.The Kinks         1.6x
46.Vitamin String Quartet         1.6x
47.James Taylor         1.5x
48.Aretha Franklin         1.5x
49.Dire Straits         1.5x
50.Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers         1.5x
51.Billy Joel         1.5x
52.The Temptations         1.5x
53.Cole Porter         1.5x
54.B.B. King         1.5x
55.Bob Marley         1.5x
56.Yann Tiersen         1.5x
57.Nat King Cole         1.5x
58.The Muppets         1.5x
59.Otis Redding         1.5x
60.The Byrds         1.5x
61.Antonio Vivaldi         1.5x
62.Electric Light Orchestra         1.5x
63.Tom Petty         < 1.5x
64.Mose Allison         < 1.5x
65.The Allman Brothers Band         < 1.5x
66.Jethro Tull         < 1.5x
67.Miles Davis         < 1.5x
68.John Coltrane         < 1.5x
69.The Guess Who         < 1.5x
70.Antônio Carlos Jobim         < 1.5x
71.Thelonious Monk         < 1.5x
72.Joni Mitchell         < 1.5x
73.Son House         < 1.5x
74.Django Reinhardt         < 1.5x
75.The Black Keys         < 1.5x
76.Elvis Presley         < 1.5x
77.Marvin Gaye         < 1.5x
78.The Hollies         < 1.5x
79.Glenn Miller         < 1.5x
80.The Supremes         < 1.5x
81.The Zombies         < 1.5x
82.Jefferson Airplane         < 1.5x
83.Fleetwood Mac         < 1.5x
84.The Police         < 1.5x
85.The Monkees         < 1.5x
86.The Yardbirds         < 1.5x
87.Oscar Peterson         < 1.5x
88.Gladys Knight & the Pips         < 1.5x
89.Cake         < 1.5x
90.Bruce Springsteen         < 1.5x
91.Jerry Lee Lewis         < 1.5x
92.Dave Brubeck         < 1.5x
93.The Clash         < 1.5x
94.Bill Evans         < 1.5x
95.Jackson Browne         < 1.5x
96.Derek and the Dominos         < 1.5x
97.Air         < 1.5x
98.Smokey Robinson         < 1.5x
99.Wings         < 1.5x
100.Buffalo Springfield         < 1.5x
101.Muddy Waters         < 1.5x
102.David Bowie         < 1.5x
103.Etta James         < 1.5x
104.Talking Heads         < 1.5x
105.Brian May         < 1.5x
106.Yes         < 1.5x
107.Mississippi John Hurt         < 1.5x
108.Mark Knopfler         < 1.5x
109.Tame Impala         < 1.5x
110.Parliament-Funkadelic   < 1.5x
The Beatles were an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1960. Their best-known lineup, consisting of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, became considered by many as the greatest and most influential act of the rock era. Rooted in skiffle and 1950s rock and roll, the Beatles later utilized several genres, ranging from pop ballads to psychedelic rock, often incorporating classical elements in innovative ways. In the early 1960s, their enormous popularity first emerged as "Beatlemania", but as their songwriting grew in sophistication, they came to be... more