Most girls under the age of 18 are going to volleyball practice, prepping for prom and wondering what they're going to be when they grow up. As for the girls in Canadian rock group, Moeraes Fate, that's not exactly the case.
As the winners of the YouDiscover contest, guitarist Ali Stead, drummer Kayla Faye, and bassist/vocalist Katee Lee found themselves in front of 30,000 screaming fans and on live television playing at the Niagara Falls New Years Eve party opening for Glass Tiger and Styx.
They showcased a few tunes from their original catalog but also took the time to pay tribute to the late Michael Jackson with their rendition of, "Man in the Mirror."
Following the Niagara Falls gig, they played their next landmark gig of their careers, the Hard Rock Cafe in Toronto.
It's clear that such a young band, with hard work, dedication and natural talent, can make their dreams a reality.
Look for the girls to cross the boarder into the U.S. this year as their momentum continues to grow in support of their latest EP, "Making of the New Me."