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WV Native & America’s Got Talent Winner to Return to Clarksburg

Clarksburg, WV –The Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center is welcoming Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. to its historic stage on Saturday, April 11, 2020 at 8:00 pm for a night of crooning as the crowd experiences favorites from artists in the ranks of Nat King Cole, Dean Martin, Cole Porter, and Frank Sinatra. Originally from Logan County, West Virginia, Landau found himself homeless at the age of 19. At his rock bottom, he found singing to be his only respite. After getting robbed and with almost nothing to his name, Landau auditioned for America’s Got Talent in 2010 in one of the most surprising auditions of that season. Week to week, he showed the judges triumphant crooner songs and grew to be A

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