Stereophonics’ Kelly Jones teaches Johnny Vaughan how to be a frontman

3 June 2021, 16:40 | Updated: 3 June 2021, 16:43

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By Radio X

Watch the lead singer of Stereophonics talk to Johnny Vaughan about the art of being the frontman of a rock band.

Back in 2019, Radio X's Johnny Vaughan was forging a second career as a rock star, and was offered some invaluable advice from none other than Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones.

Johnny Vaughan gets advice on how to be a frontman from Stereophonics' Kelly Jones
Johnny Vaughan gets advice on how to be a frontman from Stereophonics' Kelly Jones. Picture: Radio X

The Radio X presenter and his band The Templetones previously proved their rock 'n' roll credentials by recording their take on Ramones' Sheena Is a Punk Rocker: Sunta Is A Punk Rocker.

With almost three decades under his belt as the lead singer of Stereophonics, the Welsh musician imparted his wisdom on how exactly to be a frontman.

Kelly Jones doing what he does the best - fronting Stereophonics at the isle Of Wight Festival in 2016
Kelly Jones doing what he does the best - fronting Stereophonics at the isle Of Wight Festival in 2016. Picture: Rob Ball/WireImage/Getty Images

Watch Johnny Vaughan take a lesson in being the lead, as Kelly Jones gives him the lowdown on everything from rider requests to the perfect pose for photoshoots.

Here's Kelly in his usual habitat, out front and centre with the Stereophonics.

Want to remind yourself of what happened when Johnny Vaughan and The Templetones - comprised of Gavin "The Woodman" Woods, Joe Attewell, Producer Vin and Big Si - joined voices to play tribute to Sunta Templeton's love of music?

Watch their twist on The Ramones classic in our video below:

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