Review: Derek Menchan - Fly Me To The Moon

A “classically” trained ‘cellist, Derek Menchan holds a Master’s Degree from the Manhattan School of Music, whence he was awarded the Pablo Casals Award for Musical Accomplishment and Human Endeavor. Having shared the stage and worked with artists from all genres, including Ray Charles, Diana Ross, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, Stevie Wonder, Kennedy and Rod Stewart; conductors Leonard Slatkin, Kurt Masur, ‘cellists Janos Starker, Mstislav Rostropovich, Harvey Shapiro, and many more, Menchan has carved out his own signature sound and approach to music, from its composition to performance and production. Fly Me To The Moon is the brand new single and is a beautifully composed cover. To fully express the song's meaning, pleasant vocals make listeners pay attention to the lyrics.

Fly Me To The Moon starts with catchy bass, and when the vocals and other instruments kick in, they grab the listener's attention immediately. The song gives listeners over 2 minutes of enjoyment because of the whole mood of the track and carefully written lyrics, that makes this track an example of great inspiring track.

To sum up, Fly Me To The Moon is an amazing catchy song that will stay on repeat for a long time.