From Lemonade Stands to the AGT Stage: Local Kids Impress

Posted on Jul 05, 2019 by

Kids can change the world! And entertain it as well! HIS Morning Crew wants to introduce you to incredibly talented, compassionate local kids who are doing amazing things at a very young age. There's a pair of brothers whose lemonade stand is helping deputies who lost everything in a house fire, a teen who took up the cello and is now performing on stages around the world, and a young lady who wowed judges on America's Got Talent. 

Jack and Luke Hughes, Newberry, South Carolina

They may be young, but that doesn't mean they can't make a difference! Jack and Luke Hughes heard about two local deputies that lost everything in a house fire. They have 5 kids and Jack and Luke were concerned that the kids wouldn't have any toys to play with. So they decided to have a lemonade stand to raise money to help. 

Ansley Burns, Easley, South Carolina

A local singer is being propelled into the national spotlight. She’s only 12. Her name is Ansley Burns. The Easley, South Carolina native wowed judges on America's Got Talent, getting enthus. She talked about the experience with HIS Morning Crew and shared about the viral video that got more than 1.4 million views. 

Tristen Johnson, Zebulon, North Carolina

Tristen Johnson just finished the eighth grade at Zebulon Middle Magnet School. He started playing the cello in sixth grade. After only playing for six months he was invited to play at Carnegie Hall in New York City. This summer he's taking his talents overseas. 


Know of a local kid that you'd like to tell HIS Morning Crew about? Email Alison Storm the details! 

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