Wayne Luchau grew up in the small midwestern town of Ada, Minnesota. After high school graduation, while attending Minnesota State University-Moorhead, Minnesota, he passed the audition to be on The Ted Mack television show which had a weekly viewing audience of fifteen million. He appeared on the nationally televised show three times, once from New York, once from Chicago and once from Los Angeles.
After those television appearances, Wayne has had numerous other successes including vocals on a Jacqueline Smith movie and an ABC After School Special. After very successful careers in teaching and business he has returned to his first love, singing.
Wayne is the embodiment of the 50's and 60's era of music and his show pays tribute to those artists that were the impetus to his music career. During the show he literally seems to channel Elvis, Roy Orbison, Gene Pitney and many other fabulous vocalists from that great era.
As a testament to his wonderful talent, in 2012, he was inducted into The North Dakota Rock and Country Hall of Fame.