Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr.

West Virginia Vocal Sensation

Friday, September 23, 2016

7:30 PM

Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. returns to West Virginia. He is an American jazz singer from Logan County, West Virginia. He received national attention for winning the sixth season of the NBC reality show America's Got Talent in 2011 and wowed by the biggest vote total in the show's history.

His interpretations of classics from Cole Porter, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and others has been his claim to fame. In November 2011, Landau released his Columbia Records debut album "That's Life." The CD hit #1 on the Billboard Jazz chart in time for Christmas and was produced by Grammy winner Steve Tyrell, who also helmed Rod Stewart's Great American Songbook album. From there Landau soon hit the road for his first ever tour, backed by an 18-piece big band, selling out performing arts centers, casinos, and theaters all over America.

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