Landry Butler, is an experimental visual and performance artist living in Nashville, Tenn. From his stage-fright laden debut at Untitled’s Jungle Show to performances at the Belcourt Theatre and Burning Banjos, Butler has amused and confused audiences for decades with his brand of spoken word, music and visual art.

He is a founding member of the Untitled, Visual Artist’s Alliance Nashville (VAAN) and N4Art art collectives. He was the Architect of The Second Coming (The Love Show 2.0) exhibit at Plowhaus which set records for opening night attendance and sales.

His critical and humorous observations of life in the Western world have generated favorable comparisons to Jandek, Dr. Eugene Chadbourne and They Might Be Giants, earning him dozens of fans on the Internet and off.