This philosophy drove Franky Boissy through his beginnings playing at small parties and cafes in France, shaped him as his DJ career flourished in San Francisco, and continues to inspire him each time he steps behind the decks, creates a track, conceives a party…always seeking to connect people to house music through his trademark blend of funky deep beats, a sexy, sultry sound that touches and speaks to the soul.
Franky built a name for himself masterminding the now legendary Bastille Day and WET parties of San Francisco in the mid-1990’s. As co-founder and resident DJ, Franky built WET into one of the top ten pool parties in America (voted by URB Magazine), drawing thousands to celebrate house music under the summer sun. Franky’s success as a DJ led to production as another avenue to share his vision of music.
“As a DJ I always had ideas of how I would like to hear the music I was playing. House is not only a style of music it enhances music of all kinds. I love jazz, gospel, disco, funk, Motown, Latin and Brazilian beats and being a producer allows me to work with all of them.” Franky recorded his first track in 1996 and has since produced music for OM Records, Transport Records, Look At You, Chez Music, and Purple Music. Franky still loves to DJ and has played San Francisco hot spots from Mighty (now The Great Northern), Ruby Skye, Harlot, and Supperclub to the legendary Endup.
Opening Pink in San Francisco was the beginning of Franky’s career as a club owner. “Pink came about because my partner and I wanted to create an environment that is conducive to the beauty of house music. Sexy, beautiful, international and pure Pink represents everything and everyone. There isn’t a dress code but there is a vibe code, for if you can create this vibe, you can have it all, all of the elements that make the music what it is.” Franky created a state of the art DJ booth that made admirers of well respected DJs from all over the world and under the roof of Pink, all lovers of house music came together, united by love. After nearly three decades of building a life long dream in the city by the bay, Franky decided to move on to other ventures leaving behind a legendary mark on San Francisco nightlife.
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