Franck Dona’s love for music began at a very early age, having grown up into a very musical family. His first musical playground became Paris, France where he performed as the only long term resident at the huge club L’enfer. L’enfer would soon become famously known for Franck’s after parties. Franck also played in the most exclusive super clubs in Paris like “Le Queen”, “VIP Room”, “Mix Club”, “Redlight”, “287” and the “Ritz”.
He extended his experience all over France, touring for the famous magazine Maximal, then worldwide in places like China, Prague, Morocco, Tunisia, Sweden, Germany and more. He played alongside and headlined with renowned DJs such as Carl Cox, David Guetta, Ron Caroll, and many more.
At the same time his performance career really started to take off Franck started to produce music. His first productions were for other people like Dan Marciano, Rype and Flob, Anatome, Magic Finger, and for Folgen Crew who’s last single “You’re My Lovin” garnered huge airplay.
He also produced tracks for himself, and had at least one of his records out on every possible dance label in France. By 2008, he had produced 20 tracks, all of which were released and a good number of them reached respectable positions in the club charts. He started to gain respect from the DJ community and was asked to remix tracks for David Guetta, Maurice Joshua, Ron Caroll, Get Far & more.
Unsatisfied with his rising success, Franck Dona chose to add another prestigious stepping stone to his career and joined the famous Bill Evan piano School in Paris. After 8 months of perfecting his musical techniques, Franck decided to move to America to produce more music. During a full year, between Miami and New York, and with the participation of countless talented singers, Franck produced 20 fantastic dance floor gems.
The much anticipated upcoming release of “The Greatest Show on Earth” which is the first single off of his newest album that bares the same name is expected later in 2013. The music video was shot by world renowned and respected French photographer/director Arno Bani, who actually happens to be the last person to take official photos of Michael Jackson and has directed among others Martin Solveig’s Rocking Music Video.
Franck Dona’s star is shining bright, very bright. Now is his time, and he’s ready.