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Landau & Friends at Clay Center to Celebrate HospiceCare’s 35th Anniversary

CHARLESTON, WV – In honor of HospiceCare’s 35th Anniversary of serving the people of West Virginia, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. is coming home to The Clay Center to perform a benefit concert at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 19, presented by BrickStreet Insurance. The show will feature special guest vocalists from The Temptations, Platters and Drifters, performing each of their legendary group’s biggest R&B hits. Landau will also be debuting new tracks for the first time ever from his upcoming third studio release.

Since stealing the hearts of the nation on America’s Got Talent, to his chart-topping success with his Columbia Records debut CD, “That’s Life,” and follow-up “Christmas Made for Two,” Landau has toured across the country and abroad to sold-out audiences, all the while maintaining his home and roots in his beloved West Virginia. Landau’s concert also will help serve as an un-official kick-off FestivALL, the Capitol City’s annual celebration of the arts and culture.

Tickets for this special, one-night-only benefit concert are $35, $50 & $100 and will go on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 4. The $100 VIP tickets include a pre-show Friends of Hospice meet-and-greet reception with Landau at 6:30 p.m. in the Walker Theater behind the stage at The Clay Center. Tickets will be sold exclusively through The Clay Center Box Office at (304) 561-3570 or online HERE. (HospiceCare and The Clay Center are not responsible for tickets purchased through unauthorized third parties.)

To request advance interviews or more press materials about Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., please contact Burke Allen at Allen Media Strategies, Washington, DC, (703) 589-8960. For more information about HospiceCare, please contact Marketing Director Jeff Sikorovsky at (304) 768-8523 or (800) 560-8523, by e-mail at, or visit us online at



Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., the runaway season six winner of NBC TV’s AMERICA’S GOT TALENT, has toured across the country to sold-out audiences, while maintaining his home and roots in his beloved West Virginia.  His debut CD “That’s Life” on Columbia Records hit #1 on the Billboard Jazz charts and was produced by Grammy winner Steve Tyrell.  Murphy’s follow-up “Christmas Made For Two” CD was a benefit fundraising vehicle for The Children’s Home Society of West Virginia, one of many Mountain State charities Landau has supported generously with his time and talent, helping raise over a million dollars for his fellow West Virginians.  His book “Landau-From Washing Cars to Hollywood Star” was an Amazon #1 best seller and Landau’s recent tour of China and his visit to U.S. Troops in Germany are among his career highlights.  Landau has completed music tracks for an upcoming third album at the Capitol Records studios in Hollywood, and will be a featured author at this year’s Book Expo America at NYC.  For more information about Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., please contact his agent, Burke Allen at Allen Media Strategies, Washington, DC, (703) 589-8960, or visit them online at


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