Born in 1965, Luisa has been sharing her gift of music since the age of four and has the ability to sing in both English and Spanish with equal fluency. Her musical experience runs the gamut. As a lead singer, she has been the featured vocalist with a number of church and concert choirs around the country. Her talent was quickly noticed even in high school, as she was selected as backup harmony singer for
Barry Manilow in Los Angeles. Her dynamic vocal range and diverse knowledge of
musical genres has led to her singing in Las Vegas with nationally and internationally
recognized and acclaimed artists, ranging from iconic Rock'n'Rollers Bobby Rydell and The Jordanaires (Elvis Presley's backup group) to Pop and Opera legends Andrea Bocelli and Luciano Pavarotti.
Currently residing in the Washington, DC area, Luisa has been a featured vocalist
on several radio shows and has shared her singing talents on stage with such artists as Daryl Davis, musician/producer Garrick Alden, and the late John Harbison. In 2008, Luisa was given the prestigious honor of being selected to sing first soprano in the Papal Mass Choir during the Pope's visit to the nation's capital. She was also a featured soloist for the National Pastoral Musicians National Conference in Washington, DC in 2013. When not performing with other artists of note, she has been the lead singer in Luisa & The Reverbs, a popular '50s and '60s Oldies tribute band she founded which performed regularly in the Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia metropolitan area. Luisa has released two CDs, "Luisa & her Imaginary Orchestra" and "Luisa & the Reverbs".