six kids. four judges.
one amazing night!
On Saturday, January 28, Rally Idol returns to the Buckhead Theatre, proudly presented by Zaxby’s!
American Idols Haley Reinhart, Clark Beckham, Anthony Fedorov, and Casey Abrams star as celebrity judges at the show.
Rally Idol Takes The Stage.
Rally Kids Audrey, Gage, Kenzie, Mary Tipton, Meredith, and Ruby love the thrill of live music and they love to perform. Together with their families, they are fighting childhood cancer and remembering those we’ve lost.
Come see these courageous young stars take the stage to share their stories and help others know they’re not alone in the fight!
Saturday, January 28
For Kids Cancer Research.
In American Idol fashion, they’ll perform with a live band for our celebrity judges – American Idols Haley Reinhart, Anthony Fedorov, Casey Abrams, and Clark Beckham!!
If you love live music from inspiring artists, Rally Idol is an event you don’t want to miss!
A night of music and inspiration!
Artists. American Idols. Judges.
Champions for kids fighting cancer.
Join these artists-turned-judges in support of these amazing Rally Kids and their fight for cancer research.
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Rally Kid Audrey
beating ovarian cancer
At age fourteen, Audrey Arrowood loves fashion and the stage – that is, when she’s not reading, swimming, riding bikes, or playing volleyball! Audrey’s busy lifestyle changed suddenly when she was diagnosed with a stage lll ovarian germ cell tumor at age eight.
Audrey’s surgeon removed a three-pound tumor, her right ovary, and several lymph nodes. Her surgeries were followed with six rounds of chemotherapy. Today Audrey celebrates life at full speed in every direction with a smile!
Rally Kid Gage
beating lung and liver cancer
Gage Worley is a 19-year old self-taught guitarist and songwriter who sings from the soul. At age two, Gage was diagnosed with stage IV liver cancer that spread to his lungs. Nine months of chemotherapy cleared up his lungs and shrunk the liver tumors, but they remained inoperable.
On the day of his third birthday, Gage required a liver transplant from a family member to finally remove the cancer. During the experimental treatments Gage endured, he lost 70% of his hearing. No matter – nothing could stop him from pursuing his love of music.
Rally Kid Kenzie
sister Hailey Trainer (2008-2010) brain cancer
Kenzie Trainer sings in honor of her sister Hailey. In 2008 at 7 months old, an MRI revealed two masses and a build up of fluid in Hailey’s brain. She was diagnosed with an AT/RT brain tumor, and given no chance to live past the age of two. Hailey went on to complete four rounds of chemotherapy, a stem cell transplant, and twenty-eight radiation treatments.
Kenzie and her family lost Hailey in 2010. Kenzie carries the love of a big sister to the stage, hoping to help other families like hers beat cancer.
Rally Kid Mary Tipton
beating ovarian cancer
Last year at age eight, Mary Tipton Carter was admitted to the hospital for abdominal pain, nausea and fever. An emergency surgery followed, where doctors discovered a cancerous germ cell tumor on her ovary. Mary Tipton endured 5 chemotherapy sessions over the next three months, each requiring an intensive 6-day inpatient stay.
Now 10 years old and cancer free, Mary Tipton lights up her world, and the stage, with an unmistakable love for life.
Rally Kid Meredith
sister Kylie Myers (2002-2015) bone cancer
Meredith Myers loves music and the stage. Two years ago her younger sister Kylie, also an aspiring actress, was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma at age twelve. The story of her diagnosis reached Broadway, where the musical community showered Kylie with support.
After eleven months of difficult treatment, Kylie was recovering and felt good enough to make a dream trip to Broadway. Three days before their family trip, Kylie’s cancer suddenly returned. Six days later they lost Kylie before she ever saw a Broadway stage.
Rally Kid Ruby
beating sinus cancer
Last year Ruby Kaufman was diagnosed with soft tissue cancer in her sinuses at age twelve. Over the next twelve months, Ruby endured twelve rounds of chemotherapy, twenty-eight days of proton radiation, twenty-five hospitalizations, three surgeries, one port, two G-tubes, and countless “pokes.”
Ruby loves to dance, and she goes after life head on. This cancer thing was definitely “getting in her way.” Today she has no signs of cancer, and no signs of slowing down in her pursuit for cancer research!
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