Closer to home, The Hi-Tops have performed at the Kentucky State Fair, 4th Street Live, the Hard Rock Café, Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom and the WDJX Birthday Bash. They were most recently noted in this publication at the Great Chili Cookoff, at Phoenix Hill Tavern on Oct. 9th.
As talented as they are, The Hi-Tops realize that they may not make it to the “big time.” Each of them desires to stay in music to some extent, even while going away to college to pursue some other interest.
Bayley would like to become a photographer and teacher.
“I am good at arguing, so I’d like to be a lawyer or a talk show host,” said Madi.
“I’d like to do something medically-related,” said Ally.
“I am good with deadlines, so I’d like to go into public relations or journalism,” said Jessie. Remi said she did not care what she did, as long as it was, “musically-related.”
Perhaps, the most important thing to note about The Hi-Tops is this: while young, they are very talented, while youthful, they are quite mature. And while they may be poised at a run at stardom in the future, they are also preparing themselves through education, in the event they don’t realize it.
If nothing else, The Hi-Tops serve as great role models for teenage girls in our community and beyond.
Wherever they play, and whatever youths they come into contact, will undoubtedly be positively influenced, by these five amazing teens who call Louisville and Southern Indiana, their home.
Photo by: Craig Schneider
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