"Alexandra and the Starlight Band: Grace Slick, Meet Your 21st-Century Upgrade" (Click thumbnail for article)


"A Conversation With Sultry Songstress Alexandra Starlight" (Click thumbnail for article)


VC Buzz December Cover Issue


"Alexandra Starlight on the Rise" (Click thumbnail for article"


"Soul, Sequins and Star Power: Glam Goddess Alexandra Wants to Conquer the World" (Click thumbnail for article)


"TVD Kickstarts: Alexandra & The Starlight Band" (Click thumbnail for article)


Music Connection Magazine


"Alexandra Starlight, Zachary James unleash Christmas single" (Click thumbnail for article)


"Desert Daze Festival: What you Missed"


"Emerging Artist Spotlight"


"Alexandra Starlight Brings Punk-fueled Neo-Soul to Streetlight Saturday" (Click thumbnail for article)


"Alexandra & the Starlight Band AFI/ASCAP Showcase Takes a Turn For the Phenomenal" (Click thumbnail for article)


"Alexandra & The Starlight Band Limited Edition Rainbow Glitter 7"" (Click thumbnail for article)


"Veteran's Day Musical Magic: LA Rocker Brings Military Spouses on Stage.." (Click thumbnail for article)


"Glitter Sneaks out of the Craft Store & into the Record Bins" (Click thumbnail for article)


No Cover Magazine February Cover Issue


"Record Review: Alexandra & The Starlight Band EP" (Click thumbnail for article)


"Let There Be Glitter: Alexandra Starlight & Zachary James", Dark Beauty Magazine


"Bands to watch 2012: Alexandra & The Starlight Band" (Click thumbnail for article)


LA Canvas Style Section


"Song of the Day: Alexandra Starlight 'Without My Sunshine'" (Click on thumbnail for article)


"FYF Style Section"


"Debut record by Alexandra and the Starlight Band sparkles — literally" (Click thumbnail for article)


Record Collector Magazine


"Musician Spotlight: Alexandra and the Starlight Band Releases a Self-Titled EP," Anthony Dewitt (Click thumbnail for article)


"Bay Area Native, Alexandra Starlight Returns to Perform At Streetlight Records" (Click thumbnail for article)


"Alexandra Starlight bears the lucky distinction of being as captivating as she is talented. Her singing style rivals the greats like Tina Turner and Janis Joplin. And she's got the swagger of a thousand men.- Guitar World Magazine

"Rushes through the speakers and has all the strength and emotion of Motown’s finest, but also bears its soul with the intimacy of a Southern gospel record...then, Starlight’s smoldering vocals kick in. And I try to pick my jaw up off the floor. It’s just that good." - Guitar World Magazine

"Rock singer Alexandra Starlight and her fiance, guitar player Zachary James, were performing a rare acoustic set at The Hard Rock Café to entertain guests of the American Film Institute Fest before the World Premiere of Out of the Furnace, dawing limos and fans to the red carpet at the theater next door.....What happened on stage that Saturday night in Hollywood....was a spontaneous and brilliant burst of fireworks just in time for Veteran's Day." - Huffington Post

"There are many layers to the songs on the EP; soul, funk, rock and gospel....these songs connect you....with ideas of love, strength, and heartache." - The Examiner

"Alexandra Starlight is so outlandishly beautiful, she could easily stand there, look pretty and become an international superstar. But when she struts onto the stage and unleashes that voice of hers, that’s when you know you’re in for something spectacular. She is Tina Turner, Amy Winehouse, Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Janis Joplin and Joan Jett wrapped in silk and sequins, commanding the room from her platform sparkle heels." - POPDOSE

"Alexandra’s full band produces an electric power Rocker vibe pumped with energy, where she dominates the stage like a stalking cheetah at the point of pouncing on the prey." - Los Angeles Beat

"Alexandra Starlight's pipes manufacture a sound that hasn't been heard in years — like the rasp of Amy Winehouse with the seductive moan of Janis Joplin.
At a recent performance at the Yucca Tap Room, Starlight electrified with rock n roll, her soulful jazz ballads paired with an attention-grabbing stage presence. The room had stopped. The bartender in mid-pour and the diverse crowd were all eyes. Starlight was lit up in her glitter-coated shoes and long pink hair
." - Echo Mag

"Long-locked, lusty-voiced Alexandra Starlight has been around a long time for a sweet young thang, and she’s been honing her chops....she and Zachary James have put together put together the kind of powerhouse band that you’d think would be impossible in this day and age." -L.A. RECORD

Plenty of attitude… channeled into hooky, funky neo-soul, driven by her powerful vocals that are somewhere in-between Tina Turner and Amy Winehouse.” –The Metro

"Starlight’s very promising five-song EP... pays homage to her classic blues and soul influences with skill and panache. Happily, it manages to be more than simply a well-crafted exercise in aural nostalgia for an era that likely preceded her birth by a few decades. Perhaps because of her punk-rock roots, she brings a palpable punch to her music...Starlight digs deep into her lyrics." - U-T San Diego

"The moment Alexandra belts out her first syllable the audience is under her control. The band stands out partly because their sound is hard to explain, think white Tina Turner, with some Janis Joplin and Joan Jett thrown in for good measure." - Desert Star Weekly Newspaper

“Soul, sequins & star power: glam goddess Alexandra wants to conquer the world…the band has built something of a buzz with their live appearances.” – Ventura County Star Newspaper

"Gritty, soulful and sultry songstress...Harkening back to an era when the fun-loving, soul-stirring and even heart-breaking emotion of a song was adorned, but never overshadowed, by glittering sheer scarves and rhinestone-encrusted guitars" - VC Reporter Newspaper

"Alexandra's showmanship embodies Mick Jagger's peacock swagger and Ziggy Stardust's interstellar glam. Alexandra modernizes classic American music." -No Cover Magazine