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Wax Your Wand By The Fire (Book 6, Chapter 16)

It's Christmas at The Burrow and sh*t is TENSE. The Wilsons are here for all the drama and every sexual innuendo Celestina Warbeck throws their way. Plus, Amanda talks about Remus Lupin way more than is necessary, Kev is reminded (again, somehow) of Donnie Brasco, and a stirring rendition of an AC/DC classic. Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

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About the Hosts

Amanda Wilson

Co-Host

Amanda isn't just a huge dork about HP. She also enjoys YouTube videos about Teslas, her skincare regimen, and a good cult documentary. Besides 'co-host of FFH and wifey to Mr. Wilson', her favorite role is kitty mom- and she has numerous original songs to prove it.

Kevin Wilson

Co-Host

Before becoming Fawkes' number 1 fan, Kevin considered himself only an enthusiast of disc golf, being outside, and a solid IPA. When he's not developing elaborate HP conspiracy theories and hypothetical fanfics, you can find him falling asleep in front of the TV and snuggling his wife and both of his cats.

Judson Hurd

Composer

Judson Hurd grew up in the beautiful country of Paraguay. His first 'teacher' was an old instrumental piano cassette a missionary couple left after leaving the country. The expressive, folk, piano vibrations of Philip Aaberg (Judson's childhood idol) and the simple, romantic Latin culture had a creative impact on his music.

After years of being self-taught and improvising smooth, cool grooves over Bach inventions his family moved to Ciudad Del Este where he began his formal studies at the Franz Schubert Conservatory. At the age of 12 Judson Hurd rose to be one of the prominent youth pianists of Paraguay. He went on to study music theory and composition at Young Harris College and the UNC Greensboro School of Music.

Judson now resides in Wilmington, North Carolina where he is still moving audiences through his music. His music has reached over 2,000,000 views on YouTube. He writes music for radio, TV, including companies Android, Jaguar, Land Rover, the Oprah Show, PBS, recorded countless session work, and has opened for Gavin Degraw, Five For Fighting, Building 429, and many others. He made his Carnegie Hall debut in October 2015.

You can find out more about Judson’s music at judsonhurd.com.

Josh Bailey

Manager of Mischief

Manager of Mischief/Co-Producer

Josh is an actor, educator, and all-around wonderful guy.

Spending his childhood in both Colorado and Kentucky, Josh developed a curiosity about other people early on. He carried this curiosity to North Carolina and into his career as a middle-school educator, where he has inspired young minds with engaging and creative lessons ever since.

When he’s not teaching, Josh performs on local stages. He has appeared in everything from Neil Simon to Tom Stoppard, lending his earnest and sincere spirit to the words and imaginations of playwrights.

Josh is a fan of bourbon, D&D, and philosophical discussion.