01. The guitar [solo] on this song is incredible.
02. The Beatles split up, and began to pursue [solo] careers beginning in 1969.
03. Eric Clapton was really rocking during his guitar [solos] when we saw him in concert.
04. Mario Lemieux made a brilliant [solo] effort to split the defense, and score the winning goal.
05. After doing a couple of tandem sky-dives with the instructor, Brent decided it was time to try his first [solo] jump.
06. Usually, when a band is playing live, they introduce each member of the group by name, and then the person does a long [solo] on their instrument.
07. In 1980, Reinhold Messner completed the first [solo] climb to the top of Mount Everest.
08. The band is looking for a new singer now that their lead vocalist has decided to start a [solo] career.
09. The lead guitarist became known as an excellent singer after he began to perform [solo] in bars around town.
10. Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly [solo] over both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
11. John Lennon released his most famous [solo] album, "Imagine," in 1971.
12. In 1942, tickets for Frank Sinatra's first [solo] performance in New York City sold for 35 cents each.
13. Ringo Starr didn't have much success with his [solo] career after the Beatles split up.
14. Samuel Butler once suggested that life is like playing a violin [solo] in public, and learning the instrument as one goes on.

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