His last name is Murphy, so he’s celebrating with a special St. Patrick’s Day concert!
Join Landau at the historic Strand Theater in Moundsville WV on March 18th as we kiss the Blarney Stone, Scramble the Shamrocks and Listen for the Landau Leprechauns to put their special spin on the Great American Songbook and Musical Motown Memories.
This is one Spring Fling you won’t want to miss!
Tickets are ON SALE now!
Gold Circle, Orchestra and Balcony seating is available.
FREE Landau Valentine’s Weekend Concert!
Saturday, February 11th, 2017
Snowshoe Mountain Resort is bringing you the smooth stylings of West Virginia’s favorite native son just in time for Valentine’s Day. Who can melt hearts better than Landau? And, best of all, it’s FREE!
Doors open at 7pm, and the show starts at 8pm in the Mountain Lodge Ballroom.
Skiers, snowboarders and just plan snow lovers… all you have to do is RSVP at the below to reserve your space. But, don’t wait, seats are limited and we’re sure it will be all booked up before you know it.
Wild, Wonderful West Virginia is also giving away a Valentine’s Weekend package, including a two-night stay, rentals and lift tickets for two, and VIP seats at the Landau concert! To enter the giveaway, just share this event at the Facebook link below and tag your valentine ♥
See ya at Snowshoe!
RSVP on Facebook/Enter to Win: www.facebook.com/events/2231779117047635
West Virginia’s own Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., the winner of NBC TV’s America’s Got Talent and Columbia Records recording artist, will be performing at the Governor’s official Inauguration festivities Monday night January 16th at the The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Murphy will close the evening with a special up close and intimate performance in the Greenbrier Casino.
Landau has been added as a special guest star at the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame tribute concert to Country Music Hall of Famer and West Virginia native “Little” Jimmy Dickens. The unique music event is this Friday night January 13th at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg, West Virginia.
Tickets and more information are available HERE
Landau will be joined at the Dicken’s tribute concert by Mountain Stage radio host Larry Groce, Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys, The Carpenter Ants, Julie Adams, John Lilly and others.
Born and raised in Bolt, Raleigh County, “Little” Jimmy Dickens, who was 4’11” tall, was a permanent member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1949, and his name became synonymous with that musical institution. For many years, he performed as many 300 nights a year, and, in 1964, became the first country music star to circle the world on a tour. Dickens charted hits in every decade from the 1940s to the 1970s. Thanks to the support of fellow West Virginian Brad Paisley who featured his diminutive friend in several popular music videos, Dickens’ music reached a whole new generation of listeners. Dickens was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1983 and was in the first class of inductees into the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame in 2007.
Dicken’s last Opry performance was December 20, 2014, four days after his 94th birthday. He passed away just two weeks later on January 2, 2015. In the words of fellow Country Music Hall of Famer and WV Music Hall of Famer Connie Smith, “Jimmy Dickens was the essence of country music and the heart of the Grand Ole Opry.”
Landau has contributed a cover of Dicken’s biggest hit “May The Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose” to a tribute album scheduled for release in Spring 2017.
Friday’s “Little” Jimmy Dickens tribute concert is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.
America’s Got Talent Season 6 winner, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr, showed the world in 2011 that he had a special gift. On Wednesday night, he brings his talent to Bucks County at the historic Sellersville Theater. NBC10’s Tracy Davidson sits down with the singer to discuss his success since the show.
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