They were wildcard finalists on NBC's America's Got Talent and even the topic of judge Howard Stern's envy and now, Leon Etienne and Romy Low have played to a sellout crowd at Utica's Stanley Theatre on Saturday night.

"Magic Rocks" is the first large-scale illusion show for Leon and Romy locally and their first official performance since their network television appearance last year.

"The support has just been so amazing," Etienne told WIBX's First News with Keeler in the Morning on Friday. "We are so excited."

The show was a hit for those in attendance. A high energy fast paced magic show that had the people in the audience at the edge of their seats.

"It was a really good show," said one ticket holder from Mohawk.  "They did an awesome job."

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Since America's Got Talent, the duo has traveled the world including a performance in Paris and a Holland America Cruise contract that had been scheduled before they hit the nation al stage.

SEE PHOTO GALLERY from SATURDAY NIGHT here

Saturday night's performance at the Stanley was a Mohawk Valley Community College event and officially sold-out on Friday.

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