Front people are the ultimate torchbearers of rock'n'roll fantasy.
Often they're the most desirable figures, the centre of attention both on and off stage and the member of the band with the pressure of connecting with a crowd, no matter the circumstance.
One of Henry Wagons' favourite front people is Alison Mosshart, who sings in both The Kills and The Dead Weather.
Mosshart joined Wagons for a chat about being a front person, revealing that it took some time for her to work up the courage to put on a show.
In early 2009, she joined the supergroup The Dead Weather, formed by Jack White, along with Jack Lawrence and Dean Fertita.
Alison Nicole Mosshart (born November 23, 1978) is an American singer, songwriter, artist, and the lead vocalist for the indie rock band The Kills and blues rock band The Dead Weather.
She started her musical career in 1995 with the Florida punk rock band Discount which disbanded in 2000.
Maybe it’s kosher in some agreement he and Karen Elson have with each other. ‘The Ghost Who Walks’ talks about ‘an ordinary night in June’ (the month in which she and Jack got married), he plunges a knife into her and tells her the love has died. I mean he did produce the album so possibly fiction as it couldn’t’ve slipped past him. And yet we don’t feel the same way about the sexual tension between Jack and Meg White or Alison and Jamie Hince, do we? I only write this because of all the half-asked questions on the internet.
There must be groupies, so it’s right there in his face. I’m just addressing the reasons surrounding the questions. In the spirit of Sea of Cowards, I am Georgia Bowden and I am writing this under my real name XD I’m just all interested. I just don’t really get why people have to be so horrible about it years later.