Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. is an American jazz singer who is most commonly known for winning the sixth season of NBC’s hit show America’s Got Talent.
Born and raised in Logan County, West Virginia, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. has a true “rags to riches” story.
Before winning the hearts of America’s voters, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. used singing as a way to pass time while he washed cars for a living.
Now, Landau released his Columbia Records debut titled “That’s Life”, and his single hit #1 on the Billboard Jazz Chart.
He continues to live in his hometown in West Virginia, and has a full slate of concerts and appearances both home and abroad.
WPXI is proud to announce that, among his many performances, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. will be performing at the 2013 WPXI My Macy's Holiday Parade.
Murphy will also be performing at Jergel's Rhythm Grille in Warrendale, PA on Sunday, December 1st. Buy your tickets now at http://jergels.com/.
For more information about Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., visit his website at http://www.landaumurphyjr.com/.
LANDAU EUGENE MURPHY JR.
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