Monday, February 8, 2016

Grace Craichy Single "Fly Me To The Moon" Debuts Strong At Radio

Pop ingénue singer Grace Craichy announced the release of her very first single "Fly Me To The Moon", a new Sinatra100 single, to national radio this week. The single's debut was strong at radio in its opening week including #1 "Most Added" AC40 by National Radio Hits (NRH), New Music Weekly (NMW), the Independent Music Network (IMN), and 3rd "Most Added" AC40 by FMQB, (Friday Morning Quarterback).

The iconic classic "Fly Me To The Moon" (written by Bart Howard) is part of the Sinatra100 project of tribute songs celebrating the 100th Birthday of music legend Frank Sinatra. The single was produced by Grammy® winning producer Bryan Lenox (Elton John, Garth Brooks, Amy Grant, Wynonna Judd, Sara Bareillis, Bruce Springsteen, Michael Bolton, Sir Cliff Richard, Michael W. Smith) at his recording studio in Nashville. Lenox has been working with many talented artists on this unique collection of Sinatra100 recordings.

"I'm so happy to finally release this amazing song, 'Fly Me to the Moon' made famous by Frank Sinatra," Grace C. Craichy enthuses. "It is an honor to sing a song known by one of the most amazing and talented artists in history! It has great lyrics and a beautiful melody, what more could I ask for? It is surely a timeless classic!"

"Fly Me To The Moon" is the debut single from the talented 13-year old singer-songwriter, dancer & artist. Grace has been singing since the age of three. Musical talent and classic beauty runs in Grace's family. Grace has four siblings including older brothers Kyle & Austin who are in the pop R&B trio The KAJ Brothers. Grace is the daughter of classically trained pianist and praise and worship singer, Monica Craichy, who is also a former beauty queen. Monica held the crown of Miss Florida 1985 and Miss Florida USA 1988. Monica won the Talent Award at Miss America and was 3rd runner-up and first in Swimsuit at Miss USA.

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