Luanne Surace


Rose’s Turn

This Piano Bar & Cabaret was the original site of THE DUPLEX making it one of New York’s oldest entertainment venues for over 50 years. 55 Grove Street. Rose’s Turn is now closed. Rose’s Turn was the quintessential old-school Greenwich Village live music spot. Performing with the amazing jazz pianist Lucy Galliher and other wonderful …

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In 2011 music promoter Evan Ginzburg created a wonderfully vibrant music scene for independent musicians at Gizzis.   Evan helped Recording Artists Development to provide opportunity to emerging singer-songwriters when he welcomed RAD to be an integral part of that music scene. RAD hosted open mics for artists in all genres, fantastic singing contests in which …

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Zinc Bar

The Zinc Bar is an iconic Village venue, the original Cinderella Club!  It was an exciting time, when owner Alex welcomed Recording Artists Development to host our showcase listening parties in which we premiered original recordings by RAD artists. I was particularly grateful to Alex who gave me a spot on the gorgeous old Zinc …

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New York City’s world famous cabaret and piano bar, is located in the heart of West Greenwich Village on 61 Christopher Street, NYC. My favorite place to perform is the fabulous, world-renowned, Duplex Cabaret Room, with the incredibly talented Music Director and Producer Philip Carroll on piano!  Photo by: Marilyn Jonas Pavone

Legends Radio!

Live Interview on Legends Radio!With Evan Ginzburg and Mike Lano!Wed. June 20, 2012 at 7:00PM – 9:20PM EST. Evan and Mike talk with Luanne about her music and about Recording Artists Development’s non-profit recording and A&R work with many talented, emerging singer-songwriters. RAD’s Phil Carroll, Drew Hemenger and many RAD recording artists were also …

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