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StarFlightRocks / Press

“Texas-based rock-punk duo who perform as StarFlight Rocks. And boy, did they ever rock their “Invasion of the GoGirls“ showcase at Austin Java, Friday, March 14. What’s super magical about these girls? They’re only 13 and 14 years old, they write their own music, they dazzle on stage, and they’re out there doing it—they #JustShowUp! Oh yes, and they also covered Nirvana’s “Teen Spirit” and Zoe is endorsed by Daisy Rock Girl Guitars. Super rad! I can see their talent on the cover of Rolling Stone one day.”

“Starflight was a highlight of everyone's weekend!! I am so thrilled we could work it out for them to play!! I was so impressed - as was everyone!”

*Carla DeSantis Black - Director/Founder: MEOW (Musicians for Equal Opportunities for Women):

“ “Zoe epitomizes the reason I started Daisy Rock Girl Guitars. Finding a guitar that she could play and totally rock out on was a challenge for her since she has a smaller stature. We love that she found us and that we found her. Zoe and StarFlight will rock your world!” says Tish Ciravolo, Founder and President of Daisy Rock Girl Guitars. ”

"The sound that is coming out of the two of you is such a Huge Sound."

Phil Nudelman - RodeoHouston® Concert Director

“In the junior division, sisters Molly and Zoe Flores, 12 and 13, from Rosenburg, Texas, created the band StarFlight Rocks and took home first place, $500 and an official RodeoHouston belt buckle. The Flores sisters sang “Paris Ooh La La,” by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. StarFlight Rocks captured the audience with its rocker style and have already had people call the sister duo to play at their events. Most patrons at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo are dressed in cowboy hats and boots, but these girls tried to mix it up. ”

“Starflight Rocks returned to the competition after placing second last year in the junior division. The sisters tore through a spirited rendition of Grace Potter’s “Paris (Ooh La La).” Imagine the punk spirit of the Runaways for the Nick Jr. set.”