W.Va. "America's Got Talent" Contestant Applauded by Rahall

Special to HNN provided from Rep. Nick Rahall Statement

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Calling on West Virginians to rally around a fellow Mountaineer, U.S. Rep. Nick Rahall (D-W.Va.) today expressed his congratulations and support for Logan native, Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr., who has performed his way through 15 weeks of competition on the television show “America’s Got Talent,” earning a spot as one of four finalists in tomorrow night’s show before Wednesday night’s finale.

“From day one, this young man has won the hearts and votes of a national audience with his velvet voice and passion, determination, and warmth that epitomize the best of all West Virginians,” said Rahall.  “I truly believe he is uniquely talented and deserving, and I urge my fellow West Virginians to support him. This is one election that it is okay for us to vote more than once, so log on, text, and call from every phone you can; let’s all work together to make sure Landau goes all the way.”

Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr., was, last week, named a finalist in the NBC television reality series “America’s Got Talent,” which is a talent competition that features singers, dancers, and other performers vying for a $1 million top prize and the chance to become a headline act in Las Vegas. 

Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr., is a 36-year-old car wash detailer from Logan, with a singing voice reminiscent of Frank Sinatra.  The last night of competition will air live Tuesday evening at 9:00 p.m. EST.  Viewer voting will determine winners.  Supporters will be able to cast votes at the close of Tuesday’s show via phone, text, and email.  The highest vote-getter will be pronounced winner during the season finale airing on Wednesday, September 14th

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