Franky Kloeck started his DJ career in 1992 in Barocci (NL), but the club closed in the beginning of 1993 and he moved to the famous Cherrymoon where he was a resident for 4 years. Due to the success of the Cherrymoon Trax releases, he also played at parties in the Netherlands, France, Germany, Switzerland, Finland, Spain and Croatia. From 1994 until 1996 he also played every Sunday morning in the famous after club at Carat, but after 2 years he quit playing there and moved to Bel-Air. After he left Cherrymoon in 1997, he was resident DJ in famous Belgian clubs like Extreme, BBC, Globe & Boccaccio.
Franky was a part of a massive collaboration known as Cherrymoon Trax involving other artists including, Bjorn Wendelen, David Brants, Ilya Depuydt, Kris Vanderheyden, Nico Deleu, Pascal Quatretemps, Peter Schiettekatte, Philip Dirix, Youri De Pauw and Yves Deruyter. This huge group were responsible for many top quality successful releases on Bonzai Records including “Let There Be House”, the massive “Conflictation”, “In My House”, “Alternation” and the very impressive mega massive “The House Of House” which pioneered a new direction for harder edged progressive and trance music.
Franky also has various other monikers and enjoyed releases on BBC Records and No Name Records.
A regular face around the huge Bonzai parties of old, Franky will be another name that is mentioned in the long standing history of the Bonzai family.