Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

article imageMagician Steven Brundage talks America's Got Talent, future Special

By Markos Papadatos     Feb 9, 2017 in Entertainment
Magician Steven Brundage chatted with Digital Journal about his experience on "America's Got Talent," and he opened up about his future plans.
Ever since his speeding ticket YouTube video went viral, Brundage's career has skyrocketed, and rightfully so.
Brundage competed on the eleventh season of America's Got Talent, which was quite crazy for the young magician. "It was one epic, wild ride and it is still going. It has been nonstop for the last year, so I've been enjoying it," he said. "The Rubik's cube has taken me pretty far in life."
He shared that his biggest influences in magic include such acclaimed acts as David Blaine, Penn & Teller, and David Copperfield. "When I saw David Blaine do his street magic special, and that got me really hooked into sleight of hand," he said.
On his future plans, Brundage said, "I am doing a lot of corporate shows and I'm doing private shows and shows in colleges. I'm planning a fall or spring theater tour across the country."
Each day, Brundage is motivated by the opportunity to perform magic. "I did magic as a hobby for years, and then I basically did street magic, and that has led to more shows.
"I have the most supportive fans," he concluded. "They are super-awesome, and they are the reason that I am doing magic. Without the fans, I wouldn't be doing magic for anybody, I would be in my bedroom. They have allowed me to go out and do shows in front of people, and that really means a lot."
For more information on magician Steven Brundage, check out his official website and Facebook page.
More about Steven Brundage, Magician, America's Got Talent
Entertainment Video
Latest News
Top News