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Landau Prepares for Blue Jean Ball in West Virginia

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. is set to perform at the 9th annual Blue Jean Ball in Charles Town, West Virginia.  As Landau always enjoys performing in his home state of West Virginia, the team is also thrilled to be supporting this event in conjunction with the Children’s Home Society of West Virginia. Annually Landau makes efforts to give back to his state with charity campaigns and performances all over the state.

The Blue Jean Ball is still developing the event’s vendors and content. If you would like to be a vendor at the event in September, please reach out to asirbaugh@childhswv.org.

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Landau’s Trip to Las Vegas

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. spent this week in Las Vegas with two nationally syndicated performances, a major writing session, and a visit to America’s Got Talent Season 17 Live show.

On June 2nd Landau spent the afternoon performing live on the famous Dennis Bono show, a stage he’s no stranger to, that was broadcasted all over radiowaves in Las Vegas. Soon after this, Landau also made a TV appearance as a guest on “April in Vegas.”

Landau also sat down with Rob Hegel, the famous American songwriter known for Air Supply’s “Just as I Am,” for an eventful writing session.

Finally, Landau stopped by the America’s Got Talent Live Show at the Luxor Hotel & Casino, to attend the newest season of the show while also meeting with Season 16 winner, Dustin Tavella.

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Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. Slated to Perform at Icon Gala Honoring Tracy Morgan

Season 6 America’s Got Talent winner, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. will be performing alongside an all-star lineup at the Friars Club Entertainment Icon Award Gala honoring Tracy Morgan Thursday, May 26th.

The Icon Award pays tribute to famous standup comedian, Saturday Night Live alum, and 30 Rock star Tracy Morgan at the exclusive Friar Club’s Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York City. “The Friar’s Club is a legendary part of New York City and comedy… I’m following in the footsteps of greatness. I’m humbled and looking forward to a crazy night!” Tracy said about the century-old organization.

About Tracy Morgan:

Tracy Morgan has been a longtime household name, first gaining national prominence as a breakout cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1996 to 2003, followed by his Emmy nominated role in 30 Rock, celebrated film roles including Cop Out, and a long and storied career in stand-up comedy. Morgan also has a considerable reputation as a voice talent, having acted in several animated films including Boxtrolls, G-Force, Scoob!, Rio, and Rio 2. Visit Tracy online at www.tracymorgan.com

About Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. took the country by storm 11 years ago when his perfect renditions of classics from the Great American Songbook earned him the top spot on Season Six of NBC’s America’s Got Talent. Landau has headlined from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to the California State Fair, the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach to Times Square in New York City, and all points in-between, and has released four albums including the Billboard chart-topping “That’s Life”. He recently returned from the UAE where he represented the United States at a weeklong series of shows during World Expo. See Landau’s tour dates and more info at www.landaumurphyjr.com

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Landau’s Graduation Ceremony in Logan, West Virginia

Landau’s Got Talent (and a diploma)!
Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. was among the graduates at Tuesday night’s West Virginia Adult Education High School Equivalency Graduation Commencement.
Landau has been a spokesman for adult education in WV this past year appearing on billboards and other advertisements.
The event was in was held in the Savas Kostas Performing Arts Center at Southern WV Community & Technical College Tuesday evening.
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Landau to Fund Scholarships for Marshall University Jazz Camp

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Bob Noone, a leading adoption attorney in West Virginia, is teaming up with his longtime friend, America’s Got Talent winner Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. to celebrate National Foster Care Month by funding multiple scholarships for foster and adopted students to attend the Marshall University Summer Jazz Camp June 12th-17th.

Noone says that combining his love of music with his passion for foster and adopted children is “a perfect way to help kids make some lifetime memories this summer and give their parents a bit of break!”

Murphy added that “Bob’s generosity is legendary around here, and I’m so proud to join my friend to help give foster and adopted kids in West Virginia the opportunity to attend camp for free this summer!”

Students who attend Marshall’s Jazz Camp will be taught by many of Landau’s touring musicians who will serve as instructors including Camp Director Jeff Wolfe, Marshall School of Music head Dr. Martin Saunders, drummer Jesse Nolan, and bassist Danny Cecil.

Rising freshmen, sophomore, junior, and senior high school students from West Virginia  who are in foster care or have been adopted are encouraged to fill out a short application form (with a video or audio clip) at www.bobnoone.com or www.landaumurphyjr.com.

Interested students and families can also register at the Bob Noone Adoptions booth at the Walk With Me 2022 event at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston, WV Saturday May 21st from 10am-Noon, sponsored by Mission WV.

Marshall’s Jazz Camp, which has been in existence for more than 20 years, is an immersive six-day, five-night experience geared toward rising high school freshmen through collegiate musicians. No prior jazz experience is required. Jazz improvisation, combo playing, jazz theory, history, and instrument-specific masterclasses highlight the daily schedule. Respective campers can perform at any skill level.

Marshall Jazz Camp will be held in the Jomie Jazz Center on the Marshall University campus in Huntington, West Virginia. Camp tuition is $375. Housing and meal options are available for an additional charge. While the number of scholarships provided by Bob Noone and Landau Murphy Jr. are limited, some may include an additional amount housing and meals for students who reside outside of the Huntington, WV metropolitan area. For more information and to register visit: https://www.marshall.edu/music/jazz/jmt/

The deadline to submit applications is Sunday, June 5th, 2022. Applicants for the Bob Noone scholarship will be chosen by members of the Marshall University Jazz Camp Faculty and Allen Media Strategies LLC.

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