Since all three of Landau’s Charleston WV area appearances have sold out, Team Landau has arranged for you to meet Landau in person Tuesday December 6th at 3pm at Budget Tapes and Records, 3708 Maccorkle Avenue Southeast Charleston, WV. For more info, call Budget at (304) 925-8273. Be sure to pick up Landau’s “That’s Life” at Budget and have it signed in person… what a great Christmas gift!
Don’t miss Landau this Saturday, November 19th for an intimate Q&A, performance and autograph signing of his upcoming album “That’s Life” live at The Experience! Landau will grace the stage of the historic DuSable Museum for his first ever performance in the windy city!
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at www.amusicexperience.com or call 773.493.0154!
The runaway winner of the “America’s Got Talent” competition and West Virginia native, Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. will headline at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort on Friday, December 23 at 8pm.
Tickets are on sale now. Seating is general admission by section and tickets start at just $10.
Many have compared Landau’s smooth vocals and phrasing to that of Frank Sinatra, a singer he’s always admired. Landau, from Logan, W.V., won the coveted America’s Got Talent competition in September 2011. As part of the AGT prize, Landau realized a lifelong dream and headlined a show in Las Vegas. His debut CD “That’s Life” is being released November 21st on Syco/Columbia Records.
This sudden rise to fame has been in keeping with Landau’s roller-coaster ride of a life. As a young man, he was once reduced to sleeping in his car; he worked at a car wash during the months leading up to his TV performances—and was down to his last pair of pants and jacket when he arrived to sing in the AGT auditions at Radio City Music Hall.
Tickets for Landau’s December 23 show at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort are available at moreatmountaineer.com, etix.com, or by calling the players club at 800-804-0468 Ext. 8297. Ticket prices are $10, $12, $15 and $20 by section.
Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort located in Chester, WV, is owned and operated by MTR Gaming Group. Mountaineer Casino features slot machines, table games, live poker tables, a thoroughbred racetrack, an upscale hotel with amenities, golf course, fine dining and entertainment, a theater and events center, and a convention center. Visit Mountaineer at www.moreatmountaineer.com or call 800-804-0468.
Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. has been confirmed as a last minute addition to the list of performers at the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame induction gala and concert at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston this Saturday night October 15th. Showtime is 7:15pm, and the event is being taped for broadcast on West Virginia Public Television.
Murphy, the landslide winner of NBC’s America’s Got Talent, will perform alongside an all star backing band. It will be his final West Virginia performance before beginning a headlining stint at The Coliseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas October 28th. Murphy has just returned from California, where we has been recording his debut album for Syco/Columbia. The album, THAT’S LIFE is being produced by GRAMMY award winning producer Steve Tyrell and is scheduled for release November 21st.
This year’s West Virginia Music Hall of Fame inductees are BILLY COX (Jimi Hendrix’s longest running bass player), country superstar KATHY MATTEA, jazz drummer BUTCH MILES, JACK ROLLINS(writer of Frosty the Snowman and other children’s favorites), country star CONNIE SMITH, blues singer DIAMOND TEETH MARY McCLAIN and TOMMMY THOMPSON of the Red Clay Ramblers.
Other performers and presenters include BILL WITHERS, MORGAN SPURLOCK, MARTY STUART, TIM O’BRIEN, WAYNE MOSS, LARRY GROCE, PETER MARSHALL, CHARLIE MCCOY, MOLLIE O’BRIEN and BILL THOMPSON. Bill Cosby has taped a video tribute to Butch Miles and Dolly Parton has done the same for Connie Smith, one of her mentors.
A limited number of TICKETS are still available for $45 and can be purchased at Taylor Books in Charleston or at the Hall of Fame’s website at www.wvmusichalloffame.com. Premium tickets, priced at $250, include a reception prior to the concert at the Governor’s Mansion and preferred seating at the ceremony. They are available by calling the Hall of Fame office at (304) 342-4412.
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