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Flight of Fire / Press

"Their stage show is loud, boisterous, and fun, and the energy they put out on stage has no problem filling a larger venue. Stage presence aside, Flight of Fire also demonstrates the kind of high level of musicianship you would expect from a Berklee trained band. They made a point to showcase every member of the group multiple times throughout their set, and they topped their tight stage chemistry with killer harmonies (a factor which can take a rock band from “good” to “great,” in my opinion). They showed their roots with no shame, with a super heavy, ’70s style cover of Stepenwolf’s “Born To Be Wild,” as well as some Jimmy Page-esk violin bow action of the guitar. They’re obviously a band that lives for the live shows, and one of few local rock bands I’ve seen that still subscribes to the kind of over-the-top stage show that only works when done with absolute confidence."

"Stolen Voices is a multimedia project that gathered together 56 performers, both male and female, from five different Boston schools. Its objective is to spread awareness about acquaintance rape; a sexual assault that legally fits the definition of rape, yet does not fit the typical cliché that society has constructed"

“The votes are in and we have a winner! Congratulations to ‘Flight of Fire,'an all-female band out of Livonia. Their track 'Out of the Silence' received the most votes in our Fox Rocks contest. The winning prize? To play at Thursday's (July 18) Bon Jovi concert at Ford Field. And what a stage to be on, according to pollstar magazine's mid-year touring chart, Bon Jovi is the number-one worldwide tour. The J Geils Band will also perform. Tickets are still available at all Ticketmaster outlets. Thank you to all the bands who participated in Fox Rocks. With nearly 200,000 votes cast, it's more evidence that rock n roll is alive and strong in the motor city!”

“Have you heard of the all girl band from Livonia, Flight of Fire? Flight of Fire won the Fox Rocks contest to open for Bon Jovi at Ford Field.”