Tricia Brock (born July 7, 1979) is a Christian Pop singer and former lead singer of Christian Rock band, Superchic[k]. In 2008 she married Nick Baumhardt of Stellar Kart, and in 2012 she gave birth to their first child, Ava.
- The Road (2011)
- Radiate (2013)
Tricia Brock provides examples of the following tropes:
- Badass in Distress: "Good to Be a Girl".
- Concept Album: The Road is a worship album and Radiate consists of songs for her daughter as she gets older.
- Girls Need Role Models: Radiate as a whole.
- Girly Bruiser: "Good to Be a Girl" fits this trope to a T.
- Hidden Depths: "Good to Be a Girl"."There's more to me than what it seems. I am complex."
- Immediate Self-Contradiction: Used in "Different"."We're not invincible, but we're unstoppable."
- Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: "Good to Be a Girl"."Fighting off the bad guys in heels and a dress."
- Lighter and Softer: Than her work in Superchic[k].
- The Maiden Name Debate: Officially she is Patricia Baumhardt, but professionally she uses either her maiden name or Only One Name.
- Modest Royalty: Subverted in "Daughter of the King" where the aforementioned daughter is the listener and the king is God."'Cause a dress won't make a princess, and jewels won't make a queen."
- New Sound Album: The Road is this to her previous Superchic[k] work, and Radiate does it again.
- Pink Means Feminine: "Good to Be a Girl"."With an army dressed up all in pink."
- Shout-Out: "Daughter of the King" references Cinderella."'Cause the glass slipper only lasts so long."
- Spoiled Brat: "Pity Party" is about one of these who isn't happy with everything they already have.
- Title Track: "Radiate".
- Unkempt Beauty: "Mirror Mirror" is a stab at Hollywood's idea of beauty and tells the listener that they are beautiful just they way that they are.