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Landau Joins Classic R&B Stars for NOTES in Beaufort, SC

Notes: An Evening of Musical Storytelling & Casual Conversation is an amazing concert event benefitting the Northern Beaufort County Boys & Girls Clubs.
Back by popular demand!
Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., winner of America’s Got Talent, and special guests The Voices of Classic Soul (Lead singers from The Temptations, Four Tops, The Platters, and The Drifters) will be the featured performers. Guests can expect an exciting evening filled with music, dancing, delicious complimentary hors d’oeuvres, and beverages.
The Voices of Classic Soul will headline the performance on January 12th while Landau will headline the final performance on the 13th.
Mark your calendars and secure your seats today! All donations support the programs and services for the Northern Beaufort County Boys & Girls Clubs.
Sponsorships are available now and seating is limited. For ticket and sponsorship information call the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry office at 843-379-5430, or email
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Landau performs at Gold Star Families Memorial Monument Dedication Ceremony

Landau will be performing at #GoldStarFamiliesMemorial Dedication ceremony tomorrow, October 24 at 11 am ET at Mercer County War Memorial Campus in #PrincetonWV.

The monument will honor the #MercerCounty families whose loved ones died while serving their country.  This is a tribute to our fallen military who made the supreme sacrifice and the Gold Star Families who continue to endure their loss.

Landau, a native West Virginian, who believes in giving back to the community will perform ‘Country Roads’ at the ceremony.

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Landau Guest Appearance at “Music Under the Streetlamp” alongside Von Lewis

Landau will be making a very special guest appearance at the “Music Under the Streetlamp” concert series in New Bern NC this Saturday evening June 20th.
Landau will appear alongside his friend, local singer Von Lewis, who many remember for his terrific portrayal of Bobby Rydell in the Academy Award winning film Green Book.
The innovative socially distanced performances feature a center-street stage, with performers within eye and earshot of weekend outdoor diners at downtown New Bern restaurants.
Although he will only perform a handful of songs in New Bern, Landau says he’s really looking forward to singing in public again. “This will be my first show since February because of the pandemic, and it’ll be great to come back to New Bern, where we did a huge sold out show for the American Legion last fall.
I’ve really missed singing, but I would ask everyone not to think so much about the performers during this time, but to please instead remember all the behind-the-scenes folks in the music industry who are unable to work and are really struggling…all the sound and lighting technicians, the promoters, agents, ticketing folks, venue operators, food and beverage workers, tour managers. It takes a whole lot of people to put on shows, and none of them are able to earn a living right now, and maybe not for a long time to come. My heart goes out to all of them.”
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Landau at 2019 Ducktown Summer Fest in Atlantic City, NJ – July 11 and July 12

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. joins Dave Damiani and The No Vacancy Orchestra for a much-anticipated return to Atlantic City as part of the Ducktown Summer Fest at Dante Hall Thursday, July 11 and Friday, July 12 starting at 8 pm each night.

Often called ‘Soul Sinatra’, Landau will debut several new song arrangements in preparation for his live album recording in August at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The humble small-town crooner from West Virginia voted “Reality TV Personality of the Year” after his AGT win, will heat up the Ducktown Fest with his” Salute to Sinatra and the Magic of Motown” that make up The Great American Songbook.  Landau will be joined each night by his pal and fellow vocalist Dave Damiani, an Atlantic City staple who recently hosted the Ms. New Jersey pageant and composed the city’s official song “It’s Pure AC.”

The Ducktown Summer Festival presented by The No Vacancy Orchestra and Stockton University will include arts, crafts, food and entertainment with shows by an impressive lineup of artists on July 5th, 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th & 26th.

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Landau a part of Georgia’s Dream Night Talent Search

Landau is proud to be a part of Georgia’s Dream Night Talent Search in Rome, GA on June 14 and June 15 to support and cheer for new upcoming talent.
This is a wonderful opportunity for audiences of all ages to enjoy entertainment from 30 artists while watching the live competition phase with an additional performance by guest judge, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.
This platform gives artists (singers, singer-songwriters, musicians) a chance to showcase their unique skills to win $2000, a huge exposure, a front-of-the-line pass audition to America’s Got Talent and/or to NBC’s Little Big Shots, Senior Big Shots, The Voice, American Idol, The Four, extensive publicity, possible management, agency or label deals and so much more.
The last day to enroll to perform is May 31st.
Landau’s show is on Saturday, June 15 at 7:30 pm
General Admission Ticket = $25
General Admission Ticket + Meal = $33
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Landau joins Marshall University Jazz Spring 2019 Tour as Special Guest

Performances in Parkersburg, Beckley, and Lewisburg April 4 through April 6

Marshall University’s Jazz Ensemble will go on a mini-tour with guest vocalist Landau Eugene Murphy JrApril 4-6 throughout West Virginia. Under the direction of Jeff Wolfe, the ensemble and Landau will also present clinics at high schools and perform evening public concerts in Parkersburg, Beckley, and Lewisburg.

The 17-piece big band will kick off the tour with a free concert at 6:30 pm Thursday, April 4, at Parkersburg South High School. The event is open to all. 

Next, the band will travel to Beckley, making a stop at Woodrow Wilson High School for a high school clinic, before presenting an evening concert at 7 pm Friday, April 5, at the Tamarack Theatre. Tickets for this show cost $25 and can be purchased in advance online at

The tour wraps up at 7:30 pm on Saturday, April 6, at the Greenbrier Valley Theatre in Lewisburg. Tickets for this show are $25 and can be purchased in advance online at

The Marshall Jazz program has a strong history of teaching jazz, the great, timeless music genre, and turning out world-class jazz musicians. “The members of the ensemble are thrilled to have Murphy joining them on tour”, said Jeff Wolfe, director of the MU Jazz Ensemble. “Not only is he an amazing singer and talent, but he also serves as an example and inspiration to our West Virginia students to not stop following their dreams in pursuing America’s artistic gift to the world —  jazz,” Wolfe said. “I think audiences will enjoy the eclectic mix of music from our top big band, jazz combo, and who knows? We might have a few surprises up our sleeve that folks won’t want to miss.”

“I’m grateful for the chance to be a small part of helping the kids of Marshall University Jazz ensemble succeed, and hopefully inspire these young musical artists to realize that anything is possible”, said Landau who believes in giving back to the community. Several instructors with Marshall University Jazz group are members of my touring band who always talk about what great young people they have in the program at Marshall and I am honored to support and sing with this young upcoming talent. I will do my best to play for my home state because without support from West Virginians I would never have won America’s Got Talent. I would never have all the incredible opportunities that have been afforded to me”, said Landau, a proud West Virginian and a board member of the Children’s Home Society of West Virginia.

These concerts are sponsored by the School of Music’s Jazz Studies Program in the College of Arts and Media. 

About the Marshall University Jazz Ensemble

The MU Jazz Ensemble I is the premier large jazz ensemble in the Marshall University Jazz Studies Program. Over the past year, the MU Jazz Ensemble has performed with world-renowned drummer and band-leader Jeff Hamilton, NEA Jazz Master Jason Marsalis at the Inaugural Huntington International Jazz Festival, and Ellis Marsalis International Jazz Piano Competition, as well as with noted trumpet player and band leader Rob Parton at the 50th Annual Marshall University Winter Jazz Festival. In addition to multiple on-campus concerts each semester, the MU Jazz Ensemble I performs frequently across West Virginia and the Tri-State area, and at regional high schools and jazz festivals. 

 About Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.

West Virginia’s own America’s Got Talent winner has performed over 300 sold out concerts across three continents, from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to the Apollo Theater in New York to the Mercedes Benz Arena in Shanghai and all points in between. His debut CD “That’s Life” on the legendary Columbia Records label hit the top of the Billboard charts, and his follow up CD’s have sold thousands of copies. Landau’s “From Washing Cars To Hollywood Stars” was an Amazon #1best seller, and he completed his first movie role in the film “Choice” released in 2018. A true West Virginia treasure, Landau still makes his home in the southern coalfield town of Logan, where he and his team have helped raise well over a million dollars for children’s, veterans and homeless charities. A board member of the Children’s Home Society of West Virginia, Landau was named one of the United States Jaycees Ten Outstanding Young Americans, and it all started in a very small town with a prayer from a man who possessed a big dream and an even bigger voice. Visit him online at

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