So we auditioned a new singer/frontman for our band. Mind you we just do covers and are just looking to bar/club/corporate gig 1-2 times/month. This guy actually toured for a year as lead singer for a big time 70's hard rock act as the were making an 80's comeback. So it turns out hes got no car and no PA (he says if you're good enough, people will supply you with a PA, and I guess we are perpetuating that belief), he looks kinda haggard and is sorta aloof and not quite "there". He doesn't sing too bad and can do the "Coverdale" sort of vocals. I guess I am just wondering if there is any advantage to having someone who may or may not be a "selling point" as to his former gigs. How far will saying "our frontman used to play with so and so" go even if he is not that great? I think I already know what my decision is going to be.