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Internationally recognized as one of the top sleight-of-hand artists in the world today, Michael Kaminskas is a thinker, creator and innovator of magic.  The author of several best selling books  for the professional magician, Michael's work has been featured in nearly every trade publication - including a coveted Cover and feature story for the Society of American Magicians - the oldest magic organization on the planet. 


There's no hiding the lifetime of experience when watching Michael work his craft --  he is a unique blend of motivator, speaker, humorist  and trickster.  In addition to being a regular headliner at the World Famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, California, Michael's award winning magic has been seen by a myriad of clients including celebrities, political figures, and major corporations across the globe and featured on the ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX and BET television networks.  ​It's no wonder that Michael's talents are always in high demand.


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Those who know Rob will attest to the fact that he is extremely passionate about performing.   With Rob it's not just about the music and words.  Thanks in part to growing up in a musical family (his mom was a big band singer during the 1940's), Rob started honing his skills at the tender age of five.


He started playing professionally with his brother John and in 1995 they co-founded The Mango Men Band. It didn't take long for the band to become an instant hit along the eastern seaboard, and in 2008, The Mango Men Band went on to win Kenny Chesney's "Next Big Star" competition.   As a result, the band opened for Kenny's Poets and Pirates Tour at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia) and at the PNC Bank Arts Center (Holmdel, NJ).


In addition to playing with The Mango Men, Rob is busy performing his solo acoustic show in addition to supplying lead guitar and vocals for the rock band, NEXT OCTOBER. For over three decades Rob has nurtured his passion of music and song to become a real-life musicman and not just a man who plays music.

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