A member of our band has been pulled up a few times for what I and other members consider to be "off" incidents over the mic. A few examples include: Saying "I doubt there's anyone with this problem" as we are about to play Like A Virgin - at a corporate (read workplace) function. "There's some seriously good looking players here tonight" and having an intimate chat with a group of 3 girls, over the mic, while everyone else in the room can hear. Just things like how are you, having a good time etc, but only to that group. Not sure if thats really an issue. I thought it weird though given he ignored 200+ other people to do it. The guy sings a couple of lead songs, and does backup for the rest. I have told him to pull his head in but he hasn't and thinks it's not a problem. I don't want to push the issue too hard, but I don't want him offending people either, or worse having us slapped with a harrassment issue. Is it fair to pull him off "mic duties" until he gets it? Noone can replace his singing currently, so we'd be down to one lead who already whines about vocal strength and uses him to split sets for her to rest up, and one backup singer (until I get up to speed on backup vox which is a couple months away I guess). We'd need to drop 6 or so popular male-led songs until he is back on again. Advice appreciated.