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Brittany Frompovich

Brittany Frompovich

Wonder Women

Brittany Frompovich is a highly regarded educator, clinician, blogger, and bassist who currently resides in the Washington DC/NOVA region. She has shared the stage with DC singer-songwriter Ashleigh Chevalier, Ron Holloway, Linwood Taylor, Robert Harsen, Michael Dimin, Edo Castro, and drummer Toby Fairchild (Keller Williams Band). She has opened for the Grammy-nominated Danielle Nicole Band, Soften The Glare, and UK solo bassist Steve Lawson. In 2019, she became the University of Mary Washington’s Adjunct Contrabass Instructor. In 2021, she was nominated for two Washington Area Music Awards; the Music Educator Wammie and a Best Rock Group/Best Blues Group Wammie (as part of The Ashleigh Chevalier Band). She has traveled across the United States as a clinician, teaching at locations such as Musicians Institute, Gerald Veasley’s Bass Boot Camp and Adam Nitti’s Music Dojo.

For more content from Brittany, check out her blog, her YouTube channel, and her Bandcamp site. She also offers handmade unisex music-themed jewelry through her Etsy store. Get a Wonder Woman Tee!

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Wonder Women: Kristen Pfaff
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Wonder Women: Kristen Pfaff

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.

Wonder Women: Inez Wyrick
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Wonder Women: Inez Wyrick

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.”

Wonder Women: Tunu Jumwa
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Tunu Jumwa

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.”

Wonder Women: Nalani
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Nalani

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.

Wonder Women: Suzy Starlite
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Wonder Women: Suzy Starlite

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.

Wonder Women: Susan Hagen
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Susan Hagen

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.

Wonder Women: Jacqueline Pickett & Susan Hagen
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Jacqueline Pickett & Susan Hagen

We’re kicking off a special two-part interview series with two Wonder Women of the Bass, starting with Jacqueline Pickett and Susan Hagen.

Wonder Women: Lynn Keller
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Lynn Keller

In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, we’re checking in with Lynn Keller. Lynn has toured extensively, worked as a Musical Director/bassist, and much, much more.

Wonder Women: Ariane Cap
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Ariane Cap

In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, Brittany Frompovich checks in with Ariane Cap. Ari is no stranger to No Treble readers, but her story is an inspiring one.

Wonder Women: Holly Montgomery
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Holly Montgomery

In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, we’re checking in with Holly Montgomery. She has been active in the DC Music Scene since 2011 after moving to the east coast from Los Angeles.

Wonder Women: Joanna Smith
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Joanna Smith

In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, we’re checking in with Joanna Smith. Joanna started her musical journey in the 2nd grade and has been at it ever since.

Wonder Women: Kirby Barber
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Kirby Barber

In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, we’re checking in with Kirby Barber. I first met Kirby at the Solo Bass Competition at NAMM, where she competed against an impressive lineup and came in second-place.