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Album Review

The winner of the sixth season of the NBC reality show America's Got Talent, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. keeps things light and swinging on his 2011 debut, That's Life. A vocalist in the traditional pop style of Frank Sinatra and Harry Connick Jr., Murphy sticks to Great American Songbook standards here, including his version of "My Way," which helped secure him the top spot on America's Got Talent. Murphy also tackles such chestnuts as "Ain't That a Kick in the Head," "That's Life," "Witchcraft," "I've Got the World on a String," and others. Backed by a full big band and orchestra throughout the album, Murphy's burnished baritone voice is clearly the showcase here, and That's Life should appeal to fans who supported him on the TV show.

Biography

Born: 11 August 1974 in Logan County, West Virginia

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

A baritone vocalist in the traditional pop style, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. is best known as the winner of the sixth season of the NBC reality show America's Got Talent. A native of Logan County, West Virginia, Murphy grew up the son of a minister and first began singing in church. In 2003, an appearance at a local arts-and-crafts fair jump-started his career. In 2011, Murphy auditioned for and later won America's Got Talent....
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