Scott Wells is a full time professional magician who has traveled around the world where he has met, worked with and become friends with some pretty cool people. Enjoy listening to these podcasts with magicians talking about their magic, magic conventions and what's going on in the magic scene today.
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At 93 years of age, Dick Stoner was a pioneer in performing magic at trade shows and a magic shop owner since the 1940’s. It is because of people like Dick that other magicians have been successful trade show performers. Certainly many of us are figu... more
We have reached another important milestone with this episode #800. And as we often do with these milestones, we feature someone who is a major mover and shaker in our community. Jack “Goldfinger” Vaughan fits the bill perfectly as the Director of En... more
Saturday, November 4thJon Allen 11:00 – 12: 00Zabrecky 12:30 – 1:30Lunch 1:30 – 3:00 more
I just finished listening to Episode 750 (congratulations on the milestone) and must say each episode has many gems to be mined. Scott is a great host who doesn’t make the show about himself and asks great thought-provoking questions to the guests to provide great advice for us mere mortals. Looking forward to the next 750.
Each episode I listen to, I have preconceived notions of the direction this interview will take. And time after time — I’m wrong. Scott has immersed himself in magic and magicians his entire life; when he talks with someone he knows, the hour-long conversations go to levels I never knew. If he’s with someone he doesn’t particularly know, he finds a common bond or link, and then the sharing begins. Always intriguing and frequently enlightening, Scott’s talks seem like chats among friends. Five st... more
I just downloaded a few episodes of The Magic Word podcast and I’m totally hooked! Not only do you hear the latest news from around the world, you hear from todays top performers! more
Scott has great conversations with his MANY friends in the Magic world. If you just want to listen to interviews, or learn tricks, there are plenty of other podcasts. If you want to hear casual conversations and get to know the human side of performers - famous and new to you, there is no better podcast than “The Magic Word”, and no better host than Scott Wells!
If your a fan of magic please add this podcast to your library you won’t be disappointed.
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