The goofy readers at England's Q magazine say Liam Gallagher is the greatest frontman
in history. These same people usually vote Radiohead's
Kid A best rock album of all time. I'm not gonna list the names, but the list is horrible. Quote what you'd expect from Q's readers nowadays. My own list of Top tier would be in no order: Freddie Mercury, Mick Jagger, Robert Plant. Yeah, I know the usual suspects but only Mercury ranked high on the Q list. My idea of a frontman
is someone who commands the stage. Michael Hutchence
was one of those. There are few out there today, though.