Matt Wolfe and Lainie Munro pay tribute to some of the greatest guitarists and songwriters of all time, covering every genre from rock and pop to jazz and blues. Artists include Carlos Santana, Prince, The Eagles, George Benson, Chuck Berry, and many, many more. Every song is a smash hit featuring Lainie on vocals, and showcasing Matt performing some of the most famous powerhouse guitar solos.
Legends of Guitar debuted on the Liberty of the Seas in 2015, and has been enormously popular with passengers each cruise. Nearly every performance has been standing room only. Matt and Lainie present a show that appeals to a wide audience and reaches the music lover within us all.
Lainie Munro is a New York City-based vocalist and actor, who has been featured in the Cameron Macintosh/National Theatre of Great Britain production of My Fair Lady, touring 26 cities throughout the United States, as well as Royal Caribbean International's production of Saturday Night Fever onboard the Liberty of the Seas. Her regional roles include Velma in Chicago, Helene in Sweet Charity, Kristine in A Chorus Line, and Phyllis in the European tour of 42nd Street. Lainie holds a B.F.A. In Music Theatre from Florida State University, and is a member of Actor's Equity Association and the Stage Directors and Choreographers Union.
Matt Wolfe is a guitarist from Maryland whose work has allowed him to travel extensively, most recently onboard Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas. He has performed with a host of great musicians including Alan Baylock, Gary Williams, and Nik Page, to name but a few. He has performed at Blues Alley and the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and played at the Novosibirsk Jazz Festival in Russia. In addition to being a seasoned guitarist, Matt also arranges and composes for jazz and show bands. He holds a B.M. from Shenandoah University, where he studied with Rick Whitehead, Craig Fraedrich, Bob Larson, and Alan Baylock.