I've been in my current band for about five months now and we're going to start playing party gigs in our college town more frequently this semester and hopefully tour in the summer. Record a demo somewhere in there... all that good stuff. The band is a three piece and our guitarist writes and sings most of the stuff. I've currently got the vocals for two verses on one of our better songs and pretty much any covers we do. He's pretty solid at everything he does technically, but the guy has NO stage-precense at all. When he's singing, he's staring into the microphone without moving at all. When he's not, he just turns around and looks at the drummer. All the while I'm up there trying to put on a show for whoever's watching (be it a party or bar) and at least looking like I'm having a good time (usually I am). Our drummer's also a pretty decent show-man (and the best looking guy in the band, oddly enough). But our singer just doesn't do anything when he's on-stage. I'm worried that it's (at least contributing) to us being really "forgettable" as a band. Is there anything I can do to teach this guy how to be a front-man? I've thought about trying to take some more lead vocal duties. We're about equally good singers, I might be a bit better but I've got some bass parts I can't sing during. How would I go about doing this without stepping too much on anyone's toes? We're in a really small college town so finding a dedicated singer is really out of the question. Especially since I trust myself and Mark more than 90% of the "singers" around here. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.