noun, plural front·men [fruhnt-men] /ˈfrʌntˌmɛn/.
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Were there parts of being a frontman before that were particularly dysphoria-inducing?
The sultry chanteuse enraged the daughter of late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain with comments she made about wanting to die young.Lana Del Rey’s Silly Death Wish and the Perils of Pop Artifice|Amanda Marcotte|June 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Kyle Henderson, 24, frontman for Desert Noises, quit his job and “went for it” with his bandmates.
And let us not forget the long-awaited memoirs of ex-Smiths frontman Morrissey.
Twenty-five years later, one can presume that the former Smiths frontman is experiencing a rare moment of good cheer.