A Dallas native, he is an avid student of the arts where his talents span from music composition, production, and performance to songwriting and arranging. His masterful gifts of music, writing, and visual art were cultivated at the prestigious Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas; a school that has helped to develop world renown Grammy award-winning recording artists and Broadway theater talent.
Throughout his career in music, he has shared the stage with artists such as Erykah Badu, Kirk Franklin, Kirk Whalum, Arlington Jones, N’Dambi, The Vince Lujan Project, and more. His most recent works involve being the keyboardist and musical director for Billboard chart-topping and Soul Train Music Award nominated saxophonist Vandell Andrew, as well as being a contributing producer to Andrew’s critically acclaimed smooth jazz album of 2014 “Turn It Up” and pianist on Andrew's 2018 release "Thirty".
In February of 2019, Landa Gherrá re-released his most controversial work to date entitled Chu’ch Folk, currently available for download and streaming on all major digital music platforms.