Archive for the 'Mat Franco' Category

Don’t Forget Mat Franco Is Going Live Today On Facebook

Posted by Michael on March 25th, 2020

Mat Franco is out on the streets doing magic in this clip from 2016, back when you could actually stand next to people. Don’t forget Mat is giving a free magic show on Facebook this afternoon at 5 PM Pacific Time (which is 8 PM Eastern Time); you have to like his Facebook page.

Mat Franco On Live! With Kelly And Ryan

Posted by Michael on November 19th, 2019

Mat Franco visited Live! With Kelly And Ryan yesterday to help kick off their week in Las Vegas. Criss Angel is scheduled to appear on tomorrow’s show. Check your local listings.

Mat Franco Weds, Murray On The Road And More [Magic Bulletin]

Posted by Michael on August 26th, 2019

Mat Franco and Tianna Scartabello were wed in a ceremony last Thursday. We would like to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Franco and wish them all the best in their new life! You can see pictures of the happy couple on the People Magazine website.

That Mat Franco video above is from an appearance on Last Call with Carson Daly back in 2015.

Murray SawChuck is out and about doing live shows; he played Milwaukee over the weekend and appeared on the local Fox affiliate to promote the show last week. We can not embed the video, but you can stream it here. He also did an interview before the show which you can read on the Shepherd Express website.

Finally, Brad Brown is performing a benefit show for victim’s of the recent Dayton, Ohio tornado this Saturday night in Vandalia, Ohio. You can read more about it on the Vandalia Drummer News site and get tickets here.

Mat Franco: Fourth Anniversary In Vegas And Rescuing Animals

Posted by Michael on August 6th, 2019

Mat Franco is celebrating his four amazing years at The Linq and helping animals at The Animal Foundation. He dropped by CBS 8 in Las Vegas to talk about both. Want more Mat? Check out his appearance on Fox 5 here.

Mat Franco, Penn And Teller Class And More [Magic Bulletin]

Posted by Michael on May 2nd, 2019

The first magician to win America’s Got Talent and Vegas Strip fixture Mat Franco dropped by the Access studios to, and I quote from their title of this clip, “mess with our heads.”

Wanna learn magic from Penn and Teller? They are the latest celebrities to offer a course through MasterClass. You can access the single course, which includes a downloadable work book, for $90.

We’re back! Sorry about that… sudden whirlwind trip across the country and back!

Fine Books and Collections has a summary of the action at the recent Roy Goulet magic auction at Potter and Potter.

Finally, registration is open for the The Great Southern Magic Collector’s And History Conference in Orlando this September 6th-8th. You can see the impressive guest list (including guest of honor Frances Willard) and get all the information you need at their official website.

Mat Franco Visits With Steve Harvey

Posted by Michael on November 2nd, 2018

Mat Franco visited the Steve Harvey talkshow Steve earlier this week to help celebrate Halloween and National Magic Week. I wish we saw Mat on TV more often… I really hope he ends up on the new entry in the America’s Got Talent franchise next year.

AGT’s Talent University, Wayne Hoffman And More [Magic Bulletin]

Posted by Michael on June 26th, 2018

America’s Got Talent has launched a new series of web clips called AGT’s Talent University, starting with this video featuring season 9 winner, Vegas headliner and friend of Mat Franco teaching a couple basic magic tricks.

Speaking of America’s Got Talent, this week’s officially leaked clip did not feature a magic act, but according to The Oklahoman’s NewsOK website Rob Lake will be appearing tonight.

The Naples News has an interview with mentalist and AGT alum Wayne Hoffman.

Forbes has a feature on Santiago Michel, the mentalist/magician behind the first all-Spanish language show on the Vegas Strip.

Finally, the AP reported over the weekend jan Rouven’s attempt to withdraw his guilty plea in his federal child pornography case was denied. You can read their coverage on several newspaper sites, including the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.