Well, I'm having this dilema...I have a great singer, who is also pretty good on guitar, and before we met him, it was me handling the vocals (really, really badly), along with the bass. Now that we found him, later on it turns out that he's also part of another band, with his brother, and some other bassist (who is quite good, better than me, at least). So he did a couple of gigs again with that band, and since their gigs went soo well, they were asked to play gigs all over the place!!!! good for them, horrible for us, because now he has no time to practice with us anymore To top it all off, we worked really hard to get a spot at the Oakville Waterfront Festival, and we got it...but now no-one to sing. It's a pretty big gig (well, for us it is...) and we have limited choices... 1. Somehow find a new singer, who incedently plays guitar, and get him to learn all our songs by mid-june (almost impossible, with summative assignments(highskool) and other jobs, time is limited) 2. I sing, and make everyone drop dead (Yes, I'm really that bad) Imagine Geddy Lee (awesome singer) with an incredibly scratchy throat, and no volume control... And the sad thing is, our lead guitarist is monotone, and nothing will ever change that (not even a good kick in the balls....heehee, was pissing me off about bass being easy...that showed him...and my drummer just can't stay on tone, though he has a good range why????? or 3., drop out from the show that we worked soo hard for, and forever regret it This is a huge let-down for my band, since we were doing so well, and we were really getting our sound down. And now, we lose our awesome voice, and rythm guitar, and our unique sound. Arg. What do we do? this ever happen to you? Just my rant, thanks for listening, i feel used.