Eddy McManus’ cover of “Let’s Dance” is nothing short of extraordinary. From the moment the first notes hit the airwaves, it’s clear that Eddy has put his own spin on this timeless classic, paying tribute to the late great David Bowie while still making the song his own.

One of the things that stands out most about Eddy’s cover is the sheer power and energy he brings to it and the uncanny similarity of Eddy’s voice to Bowie’s. From the driving beat to the soulful vocals, every aspect of this song is infused with a sense of excitement and joy that is simply infectious. Even the most jaded listener will find themselves tapping their feet and swaying along to the music, unable to resist the urge to dance.

But it’s not just the upbeat tempo that makes this cover so memorable. Eddy’s vocals are nothing short of stunning, as he effortlessly navigates the soaring highs and soulful lows of the song’s lyrics. His voice is rich and full, imbued with a depth and emotion that really brings the words to life. Whether he’s singing about putting on your red shoes and dancing the blues or swaying under the moonlight Eddy’s performance is nothing short of mesmerizing.

And of course, no discussion of this cover would be complete without mentioning the line about trembling like a flower, Eddy manages to nod to the original song in a way that is powerful and respectful, while still making the cover his own.

Eddy McManus’ cover of “Let’s Dance” is a must-listen for any fan of Bowie and great music. It’s a powerful tribute to one of the greatest singers of all time, and a testament to Eddy’s own incredible talent. So put on your red shoes, and get ready to dance – because this is one cover that you won’t want to miss.