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Soloists draft


As cruise ship musicians, soloists are individual entertainers who perform either vocal or instrumental music or a combination of the two. Some soloists perform in the same lounge each night, while others play in various venues around the ship.
Soloists must have an extensive repertoire of songs, and, as the job title suggests, must be comfortable and confident in entertaining a crowd without the help of a backing band.


Piano bar entertainers put on a show each night, entertaining guests by taking requests, performing everyone’s favorite sing-alongs until the early hours of the morning. You are truly there to entertain; banter and crowd rapport is just as important as the songs you sing. If your act is a combination of Billy Joel and Elton John, contemporary pop, rap, country, Broadway, and Freddie Mercury, drag your mouse over to the apply button right away.


Guitar soloists bring the best of Dylan, Neil Young, the Beatles, and then add their twist on classic rock, ‘80’s, R&B, country and pop tunes. The ability to turn any venue into a sing-along pub is an essential part of the job. Loopers, harmonizers, harmonicas, and other gadgets are all welcome, but no backing tracks allowed. If mash-ups, impromptu conga lines, and The Proclaimers sound like your cup of tea, go ahead and send on over your reel.

Allow Lime Entertainment the privilege of realizing your potential as a cruise ship entertainer to connect you to a world that will excite and stimulate you, both on and off the stage. We look forward to working with you, to providing you with the performing opportunities you deserve, and to treating you with the respect and professionalism, you equally deserve.

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