Donna Frost

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“ …Her songs display a rocker’s attitude vocally and especially lyrically even though the songs are smooth, not ragged and punky”…Jess Marich, Shake Magazine

“Frost’s music hits you like a wry smile from a waitress that serves truckers food by day & rocks out on her Stratocaster at night”-Chicago Acoustic Underground

When the lockdown turned live music venues dark; steady-touring trobadors like singer-songwriter Donna Frost had nowhere to go. Looking inward, she turned the tribulations of COVID into two soothing acoustic folk/blues song collections: The Quarantine Sessions Volume 1 and 2. No stranger to using songs to heal others, Frost often performs at senior centers and fundraisers. These collections draw from personal loss, as well as the universal effect of COVID on all of us as we struggled with new realities, Internet trials, and challenges of all
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“I could’ve gotten bitter…but I chose to get better.”- “Bitter But Better” by Donna Frost

With the first strum, Donna asserts her folk story-telling prowess and goes on to show her mastery of mood with ballads and upbeat tunes alike. With tunes like “Quarantine Blues” that help us smile; to “Mama’s Prayers” about the power of a parent’s love; to inspiring tracks like “Bitter But Better” the collection is a calming service to the weary, full of heartfelt and hardwon optimism.

Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Donna Frost is a traveling troubadour with decades of performing and touring experience. Expertly weaving folk, blues and pop, she creates memorable concerts that champion the human spirit. She logs thousands of miles each year, performing across the U.S., solo and with her band. With over 300 songs in her catalog and six albums, her music has received airplay, charted and garnered awards worldwide. She performed a tribute to the late Skeeter Davis at Kentucky Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony; and has performed live on Chicago WGN TV. Giving back to the community, she is an active performer with Music for Seniors, “Musicians on Call” and “Songs of Love.” She is endorsed by Kamoa Ukuleles and Luna Guitars.