In the 1990s, it was not uncommon to see a cappella groups roam cruise ships singing classic pop songs without any instrumentation for the enjoyment of guests in bars and cabaret lounges, but slowly but surely, they became more scarce onboard.
Fast forward to today, and a cappella is all the rage from Pentatonix to Voctave and popular films like “Pitch Perfect.” So, I predict that the genre may once again be the next big thing on cruise ships.
Of course, a cappella onboard once defaulted to a sort of doo-wop style that I recall from the likes of “Double Play” on Celebrity Cruises. That type of music remains enjoyable and has a p
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