My band has been together for about 10 years, but only the sax player and I are original. It's my band...I write all the tunes, sing them, book all the gigs, corral all the members for rehearsals, got us a record deal.... Being out front, I'm pretty much THE BAND. So...along comes a new sax player...he hasn't gigged with us yet, but he's a killer singer/frontman...head and shoulders above me. He's a little more mainstream...likes to do Tobacco Road and Turn on your Love Light...a little "FM radio" for me, but he KILLS them and he will certainly get the bar crowd going in a way that I can't. So...I definitely want this guy to do his thing, but it will be very different from what I do (don't get me wrong...I'm no shoe gazer...I have a good rapport with the audience and plenty of energy...but this guy is a firecracker), so I wonder how it will be onstage. Is it like 2 frontmen where one does less, but is better? Do I start having him take over for me? I LIKE being out front and I feel like I do my songs the way they're meant to be done; but what if he does them...better? I'm not worried about him eclipsing me...he's a great guy and he knows whose band it is...but I think he could take over if I let him. I just get the idea people are going to be thinking, "How come THAT gut only did a handful of tunes? He's much better than the other guy." Whadda y'all think?