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BOWALKER WINDOWS Because your home’s worth it


“ We just merged Dan and Fraser to come up with ‘Fran’ and then a fan commented that our performance was a ‘Fran Classic’. The name stuck.”


couldn’t fi nd any lessons when I wanted to learn, so now I run my own workshops for people who want to beatbox themselves.”


Although beatboxing is mainly connected to hip-hop, FranClassic describe their music as a mixture between folk, pop, acoustic, bluesy soul and electronic. “We don’t like to limit ourselves to a certain genre,” says Fraser. “We all have different styles and that’s what makes us unique,” adds Roman. “Our music is a huge melting pot of the different types of music out there,” ends Dan, their sentence-fi nishing capabilities almost brotherly.


Regardless of their genre, FranClassic are proving popular; they were recently crowned Open Mic UK 2010 champions and have a loyal local fan base. Two coach loads of supporters joined Fraser, Dan and Roman at the O2 for their performance in the fi nal of Open Mic UK, the biggest music competition in the country for unsigned singers. “We are lucky to have lots of passionate people around us who support us. It’s one thing to practise in your kitchen, but it’s only when you perform in front of an audience, no matter how big, that you can see the song come to life,” says Fraser. continued on next page


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