Bio

 RōZY is a Texas based rock band run by sisters, Molly and Zoe Flores, who along with their band mates, Brandon Martinez and Noah Elkins, create powerful songs and exciting live shows that speak to young audiences with authenticity and grit. 

Their first release, a cover of Nirvana’s “Come As You Are” is a blistering take on the classic song, fueled by the band’s musicianship and stage presence.

 The Houston sisters picked up their instruments in January of 2011 at the ages of 11 and 10 years old and even though they started later than some, they quickly began mastering their instruments. After 6 months of lessons they played their first show in front of an auditorium full of people at a summer rock camp, and have never looked back. Zoe is the lead singer-songwriter, guitarist and Molly covers the drums, percussion and backing vocals. In 2012 they won Wharton's Got Talent, and in 2013 they were selected from a pool of 90 contestants to compete at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo's Rodeo Rockstar Competition and were able to finish in 1st place in their division.  In 2016 Brandon Martinez joined the band to complete the fierce group.  Since then they have played countless shows in Houston, Austin, Dallas, and San Antonio, made an appearance on the 2015 Vans Warped Tour, and performed for the first ever Houston Super Bowl LIVE.  The group has opened up for some amazing acts such as "Puddle of Mudd", "Crown the Empire", former guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne "Jake E. Lee", "ISSUES",  "Kings X", Stryper, Creed's own "Scott Stapp", The Iron Maidens, Vixen, "L.A. Guns" and many more. 

 RōZY may look back on their inspirations for their sound and image, but they're certainly creating something new. Discussing modern concerns and struggles with an empowering sound, a catchy hook, and a driving force to capture moments for their audiences. This band is definitely one you don't wanna miss...