Star Wick

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Star Wick
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Background information
Born September 30,[1] 1981 (age 41)
Los Angeles, California
Occupation(s) Musician, Dietitian
Instrument(s) Keyboards, Flute
Website Instagram
Associated acts
This article is for the musician. For the Indonesian rock band, see Starwick.

Starling Wick is a member of the band Ozma.


Star Wick joined Ozma in 1998, first appearing on the demo compilation Songs of Inaudible Trucks and Cars. On Ozma's 2001 album The Doubble Donkey Disc, Wick played flute on the song "Continental Drift". On July 18, 2002, Wick was involved in a car collision which required her to receive eye surgery.[2] Musicians Derek Grant and Mary Guilliams filled in for Wick during her recovery. During Ozma's breakup, Wick started working at a Marc Jacobs store in Los Angeles.[3] On the 2007 album, Pasadena, Wick co-wrote the song "Heartache vs Heartbreak." During the Weezer Cruise in both 2012 and 2014, Wick held a "Yoga with Star" event block during the day.[4] In 2014, Wick sang lead vocals on the Ozma song "Nervous," written by Kenn Shane.

Wick was briefly engaged to Aaron Stuart of the band Piebald in 2005.[5][6][7]

The Indonesian band Starwick is named after Wick. The Hellogoodbye song, "I Saw It on Your Keyboard", was written about Wick and references Ozma in its lyrics.[8]



See also


  1. Ozma (@ozmaofficial) "Happy Birthday to ⭐️!" September 30 2021.
  2. Jacobe. "Ozma keyboardist injured in car accident." PunkNews. 22 June 2002.
  3. Chabran, Gab "The Rise And Revival Of Ozma, A 'Secretly Huge' Indie Rock Band" 18 December 2019.
  4. Weezer cruise day two schedule
  5. kimi kameleen "Star is engaged" OzmaFans Forum. 23 August 2005. Archived by Wayback Machine 31 August 2021.
  6. anthem for a new amanda "HOORAY FOR WEDDINGS!!" OzmaFans Forum. 23 August 2005. Archived by Wayback Machine 31 August 2021.
  7. Comment by Piebald manager Dana Bollen on the Ozma Discord server
  8. Roth, Allie. "Say Hellogoodbye to puppy dog love with ‘Zombies!’" The Massachusetts Daily Collegian. 5 September 2006.