Luanne Surace was born and raised in upstate New York. She now makes New York City’s Greenwich Village her home.

She studied at New York University School of Law and practiced law in New York. She studied music at Greenwich House Music School in classical, opera, jazz and contemporary music. She also trained as an actress with the late director, Gene Frankel.

Luanne is a singer and musician. Luanne's third album, Black Wedding Dress, released in 2012, was Produced by Phil Carroll, with additional production and mixing by Producer Jimmy Bralower. Black Wedding Dress features Luanne's two original songs "Hello Girl" and "Trouble For Me (Trouble So Hard)," written with Phil Carroll. 

Her second album, BLEECKER STREET ROOTS, was dedicated to historic roots music, debuted in February of 2010. Her first album, Undercover Covers, 2008, was a tribute and unique interpretation of some of her favorite pop and rock songs. She is dedicated to helping emerging singer-songwriters and recording artists through a not-for-profit organization, Recording Artists’ Development, Inc.,

Luanne is an actor and has performed in many shows throughout New York City. She is also a painter, taught and inspired by her late mother whose drawings adorn the cover and liner notes of her album, Undercover Covers.

She loves her family and friends and New York City.