Click below to listen to the 2 in 10 Mix and if you think you can identify both song titles… text your answer to 603-356-9145. If you’re correct you’ll be put in the running to be a qualifier for the Family 4 Pack of Tickets to Journey To The North Pole courtesy of Believe in Books Literacy Foundation!


The qualifier will be notified this morning and will win a FREE Sundae at Dairy Queen and a $5 Gift Certificate to The Met Coffeehouse.

The winner of the Journey to the North Pole Family 4 Pack will be announced on Friday (8/31) at 8:10am!

Congratulations to Susy from Tamworth on being Qualifier #1! The correct answer is Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer and Frosty The Snowman! Tune in tomorrow for Round 2!

Special Thanks to:

Psychic Medium Sara Moore once again joined Gino and The Magic Morning Show to celebrate Sunday night’s full moon.

Sara Moore has an office located right in North Conway Village across from Eastern Slope Inn and she dropped by this morning to give Magic 104’s listeners FREE Mini Readings via our text line at 603-356-9145.

In addition to being a Psychic Medium for people, she is also one for pets as well. Click below to listen to Sara Moore do her thing with our listeners.

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To learn more about Sara Moore, plus, how you can set up your own reading with her, go to ENLIGHTENEDHORIZONS.COM

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Today on Gino and The Magic Morning Show, Rock The Rec! was the topic of discussion and Becca Deschenes of Cranmore and representatives of the Mount Washington Valley Rec Path dropped by the studio to tell us all about! Listen to the interview and check out all the details below! We’ll see you there tonight!


Rock The Rec! will be an evening of music to support the Mount Washington Valley Rec Path, tonight August 23rd on the big stage at the base of the North Slope at Cranmore.

Featuring live music by local bands; JUNCO, The Riley Parkhurst Project, Rek’-lis and Shark Martin.

Tickets are $15, 12 and under are free – available online at or at the Cranmore Ticket Office.

Doors open at 5pm, music starts at 6pm.

Food and beverage will be available for purchase on Zip’s Deck!

All ticket proceeds benefit the MWV Rec Path – a multi use, 2.9 mile paved path that will run between Cranmore Mountain and Hemlock Lane (by Wal-Mart). 

This event will take place rain or shine!

No dogs, please.

Thank you to the sponsors: Settlers’ Green Outlet Village, The Conway Daily Sun and Pinkham Real Estate

Once again Magic 104 and Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion are teaming up and this time it’s for KIDZ BOP LIVE 2018! The ALL-NEW Kidz Bop Kids; Ahnya, Cooper, Freddy, Isaiah, Julianna, and Sierra are taking over the nation with their Best Time Ever Tour and will be at the Bank of NH Pavilion on Sunday, August 26th!

Tune in to Gino and The Magic Morning Show all this week for your chance to WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS!

Plus on Wednesday, August 22nd from 10am-5pm, make a donation at the Hill’s Campers 4 A Cause to End 68 Hours of Hunger and possibly win a FAMILY 4 PACK of tickets!


Full details about KIDZ BOP LIVE 2018 go to BANKNHPAVILION.COM

Hill’s Campers 4 A Cause is Wednesday, August 22nd from 10am until 5pm and Magic 104 will be collecting donations at Hill’s RVs! Located at 738 Eastman Rd in Center Conway. 

Sharon and Mandy joined Gino on The Magic Morning Show to tell us all about it! Check out the interview!


Each donation made will get you a raffle ticket for all types of prizes…courtesy of Monkey Trunks, Kahuna Laguna Water Park, Wildcat Mountain, Story Land, Black Cap Grille, Ski and Snowboard Liquidation Center, and more!

Our grand prize is a 2 Night Stay at the Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort!

The Purple Straw will be there providing the smoothies!

The North Conway Community Center will be there raising money for their Youth Football Program!

Plus, you’ll be able to tour some of the AMAZING RVs and Campers that Hill’s has to offer!

End 68 Hours of Hunger is a local cause that packs and delivers bags every week to most valley schools, including John Fuller, Conway Elementary, Pine Tree, Madison, Tamworth, Bartlett, and Conway Area Head Start. Volunteers also use the proceeds to stock the “closets” with food at Kennett Middle School and Kennett High.

For more info about End 68 Hours of Hunger go to


The Warner Bros. rom-com Crazy Rich Asians opened to an estimated $25.2 million domestically, earning the film the top slot at the box office. The Constance Wu and Henry Golding-toplined film has raked in $34 million total over five years, exceeding industry expectations of $25 million in that time frame. 

Crazy Rich Asians is seen as a watershed moment for on-screen representation of Asians, CNN notes. It’s the first major studio film featuring a predominantly Asian cast since The Joy Luck Club 25 years ago. Crazy Rich Asians is also the first time a rom-com has topped the box office since June of 2014. 

The film is based on a novel of the same name by Kevin Kwan, and follows the story of a college professor who heads to Singapore to meet her boyfriend’s wealthy family. 


Kevin Spacey’s latest film Billionaire Boys Club, meanwhile, is dead on arrival. This is Spacey’s first film project since being accused of sexual misconduct. Allegations against Spacey dating back 30 years surfaced last October. He has since been ousted from several projects, most notably from Netflix’s House of Cards and All the Money in the World (Christopher Plummer was recast). 

Ansel Elgort, Taron Egerton star in Billionaire Boys Club; it opened in 10 theaters and made about $126, meaning less than two tickets were purchased in each theater it opened in. 

Top 10 Movies at the Box Office:

  1. “Crazy Rich Asians,” $25.2 million.
  2. “The Meg,” $21.2 million.
  3. “Mile 22,” $13.6 million.
  4. (tie) “Alpha,” $10.5 million.
  5. (tie) “Mission: Impossible — Fallout,” $10.5 million.
  6. “Christopher Robin,” $8.9 million.
  7. “BlacKkKlansman,” $7 million.
  8. “Slender Man,” $5 million.
  9. “Hotel Transylvania 3,” $3.7 million.
  10. “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,” $3.4 million.

The 46th Annual Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb is tomorrow, August 18th, 2018 at 8am and is known as the toughest hillclimb in the world at 7.6 miles in length, an average grade of 12% with extended sections of 18% and the last 50 yards is an amazing 22%!

It’s the largest fundraiser for our friends at the Tin Mountain Conservation Center, whose mission is to: promote an appreciation of the natural environment among children, adults, and families, through hands-on programs in the schools, at camp, and in the community and to demonstrate responsible stewardship of natural resources through land protection, research, sustainable forestry, agriculture, and energy.

On behalf of the Mt. Washington Auto Road, 4 time Winner of the Hillclimb and Commentator, Marti Shea joined Gino on the Magic Morning Show to tell us all about it! Click below to listen!


For more details about the Hillclimb you can go to MTWASHINGTONAUTOROAD.COM and for more info on the Tin Mountain Conservation Center go to TINMOUNTAIN.ORG

***Also please note that the Auto Road will be OPEN to the public for normal driving operation around 1:30pm.***