Landau Murphy, Jr.
Over 100 sold out concerts across three continents, from Caesars Palace to the Apollo Theater and all points in between. A debut CD from a Grammy-winning producer that hit the top of the Billboard charts. More than a million dollars raised for children’s and homeless charities via his holiday CD and personal appearances. Co-author of a book about his amazing life story that debuted at #1 on the Amazon.com Jazz Book chart.
It all started when West Virginia native, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., auditioned for NBC’s America’s Got Talent in 2010. Wowing both the audience and judges with his smooth, Sinatra-inspired voice, he went on to win the biggest vote total in the show’s history.
After his life-changing experience on America’s Got Talent, Landau went on to release his Columbia Records debut album, “That’s Life.” The CD hit #1 on the Billboard Jazz chart. His second album, “Christmas Made for Two” is a best-selling fundraising vehicle for the Children’s Home Society charity, where Landau spent many years volunteering before his America’s Got Talent win. He recorded his self-entitled third album, “Landau,” at the famed Capitol Records Studio “B.” This album really showcases his versatility as an artist with his signature take on popular Great American Songbook standards, updated versions of classic R&B tracks and Landau’s first-ever original compositions co-written with some of the music industry’s biggest Grammy-winning songwriters.