I am currently playing with a band and we have about 35 songs and we are trying to get booked to play out live. In the past month or two we have had some setbacks: either someone has been sick or someone had to work late, etc, etc. Plus, the local clubs are fairly tough to get into. They have their regular bands and don't want to take a chance on an unknown band. We just can't seem to get it all together and get a booking. Needless to say this has left us frustrated. So, the other day I get a call from another band. They are one of the bands that are playing out in the local clubs I mentioned above. Their bass player is leaving and they want me. I auditioned with them and musically they were a good band. I also got along pretty well with everyone, except their lead singer. It seems he considers himself a Brian Johnson (lead singer for AC-DC) type (he even wears the same kind of hat). Problem is, he can't sing. He doesn't sing. He screams the lyrics. That and the fact that, even at a simple practice, he is jumping around doing all these moves, dancing around, and making these weird facial expressions...really annoying. Anyway, they have asked me to join and I think I would if it were not for the lead singer. I would really like to tell them this, but since I am the 'new guy' and they are an established band I don't want to sound like a prima donna or a know-it-all. Should I tell it like it is or simply tell them something else and avoid the conflict??