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Brittany Frompovich

Brittany Frompovich

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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: Becky Baldwin – Part 2
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Wonder Women: Becky Baldwin – Part 2

Here’s part two of our “Wonder Women: Stories From the Women Who Play Bass,” interview with Becky Baldwin.

Wonder Women: Becky Baldwin – Part 1
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Wonder Women: Becky Baldwin – Part 1

In this edition of “Wonder Women: Stories From the Women Who Play Bass,” I caught up with rock bassist Becky Baldwin. She is the current bassist for heavy metal bands Mercyful Fate and Fury, as well as teaching bass online and running a Patreon page.

Wonder Women: Kristen Pfaff – Part 2
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Wonder Women: Kristen Pfaff – Part 2

Last year, I wrote a column to give Kristen Pfaff the recognition she deserved. Little did I know that delving into her story would lead me to finding a work in progress: a collaboration between author Guy Mankowski and Jason Pfaff.

Wonder Women: Mary McGlory
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Wonder Women: Mary McGlory

The Liverbirds were Britain’s first all-female rock band that emerged from the Liverpool/Merseybeat scene in the 60’s. The band’s bassist, Mary McGlory, is the subject of this edition of Wonder Women: Stories from the Women Who Play Bass.

Wonder Women: Michael Steele
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Wonder Women: Michael Steele

In this edition of “Wonder Women: Stories From the Women Who Play Bass,” we delve into the journey of Micki / Michael Steele, the accomplished bassist, singer, and songwriter most famously known for her tenure in The Bangles.

Wonder Women: Jennifer Young
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Jennifer Young

In this month’s edition of “Wonder Women: Stories From The Women Who Play Bass,” we look at Jennifer Young, the bassist for the acclaimed California-based instrumental rock fusion trio, the Travis Larson Band.

Wonder Women: Suzi Quatro
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Wonder Women: Suzi Quatro

Suzi Quatro was a groundbreaking icon. In this edition of “Wonder Women: Stories From the Women Who Play Bass,” we delve into Quatro’s journey.

Wonder Women: Esperanza Spalding
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Wonder Women: Esperanza Spalding

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.

Wonder Women: Trish Doan
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Trish Doan

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.

Wonder Women: Jane Little
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Wonder Women: Jane Little

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.

Wonder Women: Jordyn Davis
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Wonder Women: Jordyn Davis

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.

Wonder Women: Angeline Saris – Part 2
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Angeline Saris – Part 2

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.