Steve Topping is a One-Of-A-Kind Legal and Social Warrior
Early Life and Education
Early in his life, Topping discovered his love of music through jazz band and excelled at performing. This led him to study it at college and pursue his dreams of becoming a professional musician.
He and Cathy, who also serves as an administrator at their school, acquired Par-Tee Freeze on West Main Street in 1977. Operating it on a tight budget, Steve spent his nights and weekends working while Sue dipped chocolates during the day – sometimes taking naps with Todd lying asleep on the back room floor.
Robert is currently working towards his Master’s of Geography (Climatology) from LSU, researching how the Madden-Julian Oscillation influences tropical cyclone frequencies. When not studying or researching climate, Robert likes spending time with family and reading (especially books by F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald).
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Steve Topping hails from a musical family and started playing guitar at age seven, already pushing technical limits before entering music college.
He honed his production abilities using an iPhone and an iRig plug-in piece, becoming known for producing after joining The Internet band in 2013. By 2022, he had released his chart-topping single Bad Habits as well as established his own label TRICK Records in 2019. His works combine alternative R&B/soul music with pop/funk/indie rock influences.
Achievement and Honors
Steve Topping stands out in today’s social media-centric world as an exceptional legal and social advocate, taking time to meet every client personally, going the extra mile in providing assistance and supporting those most in need of his assistance. His reputation precedes him: his clients rely heavily on him.
He has won multiple high profile cases, as well as writing two books: Winning Ways and When Justice Prevails – both have become essential resources for budding attorneys.
Steve is also an avid mountaineer, having earned him the Piolet d’Or – mountaineering’s equivalent of an Oscar award – as he has made first ascents of some of the highest mountains worldwide without needing additional oxygen augmentation.
Steve Topping is an accomplished musician and has worked on an array of different projects. He has an immense love of music that has impacted generations of musicians; currently serving as Vice President at ENG-TECH Consulting.
Born into a musical family, he has long pushed technical limits to find his voice. Through his work he explores physical representations of time and space as well as film’s relationship to its environment.
After founding the Spencer Davis Group and recording several hits with them, he joined Traffic. Since then, he has released intimate solo material such as Steve Lacy’s Demo (2017) and Grammy-nominated Apollo XXI (2019). Additionally, he has contributed his talents to recordings by Denzel Curry, Kali Uchis, Jhene Aiko’s TWENTY88 project by Big Sean, Isaiah Rashad and others.
Winwood is best known as an accomplished musician; however, his other significant income sources include endorsement deals with Coca-Cola and Pepsi and owning a 300-year-old manor house in England.
His wealth reached its zenith in 2021, but since then his net worth has been slowly diminished as his electric car manufacturer suffered due to production delays and recalls of vehicles that damaged financial performance. His stock dropped nearly 70 per cent that year alone!
Carnival cruise line stocks have rebounded nicely since the deadly shipwreck off Italy in 2022, but Arison could face further financial setbacks should its shares decline again. His other investments include Monumental Sports which owns Washington Wizards (NBA), Capitals (NHL) and Mystics (WNBA) plus The Atlantic newspaper as well as other media outlets.