Latest from Brittany:
In this edition of No Treble’s Wonder Women series, we will examine the extraordinary musical path of bassist, vocalist, composer, and songwriter Esperanza Spalding.
This month’s edition of Wonder Women features Trish Doan, a Canadian musician and former bassist for Kittie. In addition to bass, she played guitar since age 13 and was the lead guitarist in the band Her in London, Ontario.
This month’s edition of Wonder Women features classical double bassist Jane Little, a member of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for an astonishing 71 years.
In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories From the Women Who Play Bass,” we chat with Jordyn Davis, an award-winning bassist, composer, songwriter, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist from Detroit, Michigan.
In this month’s installment of Wonder Women: Stories From the Women Who Play Bass, Brittany Frompovich concludes her two-part interview with Angeline Saris.
In this month’s installment of Wonder Women: Stories From the Women Who Play Bass, we’re catching up with Angeline Saris, fresh off a six-week run with the Celebrating David Bowie tour.
For this edition of Wonder Women, Brittany Frompovich is going back to the early ’90s. Brittany focuses on the life, work, and passing of Kristen Pfaff, who was the bassist for Janitor Joe and Hole.
Brittany Frompovich connected with Inez Wyrick on Myspace. Later, she met Inez, also known as “Bass Mom.” Sadly, Inez passed away in late 2021, but today, Brittany is telling Inez’s story for “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass.”
Tunu Jumwa is a bass player and music educator based in Nairobi, Kenya. She’s the focus of this month’s installment of Brittany Frompovich’s “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass.”
In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women”, we catch up with Nalani, a bassist, vocalist, and entertainer known for her versatility and showmanship. She has performed with and is mentored by some of the most legendary names in the bass world.
In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women”, we’re catching up with Suzy Starlite, bassist, musician, and songwriter. Suzy and her husband, Simon Campbell, run their own independent record label and semi-mobile studio based in Portugal.
We’re wrapping up our special two-part feature with two Wonder Women of the Bass, Jacqueline Pickett (last month’s feature) and now Susan Hagen. Susan discusses her backstory, her current projects, and her new book.