Tomorrow; The Virginia Bass Forum presents Aaron Gibson, Scott Varney, Ben Titus, and yours truly in concert

This will be a concert featuring phenomenal musicians from both the East and West coast. The phenomenal Aaron Gibson will be coming in from Portland, Oregon. The amazing Scott Varney will be coming in from Williamsburg, Virginia. Rounding out the roster is Frederickburg’s own Ben Titus and Brittany Frompovich.

“Aaron blows us away with each new video he shares. So amazing.” – No Treble Magazine

“Love the bass/vocal combo. What else do you need?” – No Treble Magazine, on Scott Varney’s playing.

“Mature and polished…at times poignant, at times almost irreverently humorous, but always with an edge.” – Allen Foster, editor of Songwriter’s Monthly on Brittany Frompovich’s playing

Aaron Gibson presents an interesting blend of singer/songwriter and solo bassist. Once described as “Jack Johnson playing with the Red Hot Chili Peppers,” the Oregon-based low-ender comps for himself while playing impressive original tunes as well as covers. Aaron scores solo gigs by covering the bass line, harmony, melody, and vocals all on his own. For more information, go to

The best way to describe Scott Varney is as a modern day one- man band with the stylings of Victor Wooten, Ani Difranco and Bobby Mcferrin wrapped up into one. Scott brings this sound together with his voice, his six string bass guitar, drums, and various percussion instruments. even from time to time One characteristic element of his performance is “Looping” his vocals and instruments to create the sound of a full band with the occasional Beat Box to supplement the beat. For more information, visit

Ben Titus holds a BM in Music Education (PreK-12 Instrumental) from Longwood University. Since becoming a free-lance bassist in 2005, Ben has developed a reputation as a first-call jazz, blues, fusion, and rock bassist in the Central and Northern Virginia areas. He has shared the stage with the late great tenor saxophonist James Moody, Grammy Award-Winning alto saxophonist Eric Marienthal, John DeSalme (tenor sax, US Army Blues), Duffy Jackson (drums), Adam Nitti, Bryan Beller, Richard Waller, and has opened for Jimmie’s Chicken Shack and the Edwin McCain Band. For more information,

Brittany Frompovich is a well-respected bassist, multi-instrumentalist, clinician, and music educator. In the past two years she has performed, taught and/or given clinics at Musicians Institute, Gerald Veasley’s Bass BootCamp, Adam Nitti’s Music Dojo,The Bass Coalition’s Summer Workshop, RMSC, The RVA Girls Rock Camp, and many other events. She is a unique, [oignant, earthy, organic and creative musician who delivers high quality solo bass performances that feature vocals, looping, electric upright bass and bass guitar. For more information, visit

Tickets are $10 via online presale at Tickets will be $15 the day of the show at the door.

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