In February, The Telegram told the story of the young Reveen taking over his late father’s show.
But before fulfilling what he calls his destiny in putting on his father’s tuxedo, around the mid-’80s Ty had some different ideas. They had a lot to do with blowing up the stage in the name of rock ’n’ roll.
“At that time Michael Jackson and Earth, Wind and Fire and other artists like that were starting to hire people from the magic industry to design ideas for them,” he says.
From last month in the Telegram:
Newfoundland played a big part in the fate of The Man They Call Reveen and his son, Ty.
“When I was five years old, my father said, ‘One day, you will take over this show.’ So I always knew it. It was my destiny to do it,” Ty says.