Derek Dingle loved performing Ring Flight and had some nice work on it. I always remember a story about his protégé Kenny Earl who was performing at one of Peter Wong’s restaurants and borrowed an expensive ring. He was standing near a wall and when the ring came flying back it hit the wall and the diamond on the ring got loose and ended up going down the air conditioning duct.
A while ago I programed my phone to play a cash register sound every time someone places an order (not an original idea). My friends find it entertaining. One time I was having lunch with Harry Anderson and it was going off every few minutes and he made a wise crack of me being like an investor tracking the market, but later made a very astute observation.
I would like to thank the many people who purchased my new release. I really like this routine and can’t wait to start performing on stage again so I can get the laughs and applauds.
Have been working on this release for quit a while. It is an excellent stand-up routine with built in humor and is practically self-working. It can be used in formal close-up shows or large theaters.
While rummaging through the warehouse last week I came across 16 of Tom Mullica’s Sight Savers that I did not know I had.
The second the pandemic became widely reported on and restrictions began unfolding, most close-up magicians also began lamenting on social media that sponge ball magic, as we know it, has just come to an end.
I am releasing something new today. It is uncharacteristic of the rest of my line, but I was offered this opportunity and decided to go for it. I think you will like it. It is a set of card silks with a blank and a king that are perfect for TT use.
I hope you liked the Taillight Color Changing Knives from last week. I think they are a perfect conversation starter.
A few months ago, I introduced you to Terry Broshears hand-made color changing knives. Many of you picked up the Hot Rod Knives, and the many variations of the standard and stag knives.
Last week I mentioned that there are three coins across routines using a shell that are far better than all the others (my opinion).