Eddy McManus’ 2009 cover of David Bowie’s “Ziggy Stardust” is a stunning recreation of the original glam rock classic. It is clear that McManus has captured the energy and spirit of the original, delivering a performance that is sure to send shivers down the spine of any fan of the original.

But beyond simply recreating the sound of the original, McManus brings his own touch to the song, infusing it with a sense of power and intensity that elevates it to new heights. His vocals are strong and confident, imbued with a sense of rock and roll swagger that is impossible to resist.  McManus’ dedication to capturing the essence of the original while also putting his own spin on things that makes his cover of “Ziggy Stardust” such a success. It is a testament to his talent and ability as a musician, and is sure to be a fan favorite for years to come.

One of the standout elements of McManus’ cover of “Ziggy Stardust” is the way he so effortlessly captures the character of the titular alien rock star. Through his vocal performance, he manages to channel the otherworldly glamour and larger-than-life persona of Ziggy Stardust, perfectly embodying the character that David Bowie created. It is a testament to the strength of his interpretation that he is able to bring such a beloved and iconic character to life in such a convincing and authentic way.

But beyond simply capturing the character of Ziggy Stardust, Eddy McManus also excels at bringing the themes of the song to life. The song’s lyrics explore the rise and fall of a rock star, and McManus manages to convey this narrative arc with a sense of drama and emotional depth. His performance is at once epic and intimate, bringing the listener on a journey through the highs and lows of stardom.

Ultimately, it is the combination of McManus’ stellar vocal musicianship, his commitment to capturing the spirit of the original, and his ability to bring the themes and character of the song to life that make his cover of “Ziggy Stardust” such a standout. It is a glowing tribute to the original, and a must-listen for any fan of Bowie or glam rock.