From busking hero to national sensation on BBC’s ‘The Voice’, Frances Wood fast made the teen
dream! At only 18 years old, she’s already appeared to audiences of up to 70 000!
'I am so proud of you'
'You would have been down with our crew
when first starting the Peas'
'Frances is like a chameleon; she can adapt
to anything and that’s what you’re getting.'
'In the blinds I didn’t turn around for you,
but now I wish I did!'
'You really make songs your own, and a big
well done for that.'
'You don’t need all that staging; you could
get up there with just a torch.'
Danny, The Script:
'We've got Frances, she dances, she prances,
she takes chances!'
Jade Thirlwall, Little Mix:
'Well done on The Voice. You were
'Good luck on The Voice, I want you to win!'
Performing a set of covers, favourites from The Voice and her own tracks too, Frances is becoming
known for her song writing talent as well as her incredible vocal abilities. Drawing on musical
inspirations from the likes of Florence & The Machine, Labrinth and style icons such as Delilah,
Frances Wood has her own high profile fans include Misha B and Josh Osho.
Having written her first song at the early age of 14 Frances is an all-round performer. The girl can
dance! Frances has performed with the ‘Momentum’ dance crew alongside Twist And Pulse and
Kimberly Wyatt (Pussycat Dolls) at the famous Move It, London.
The Wakefield born singer has an infectious personality with a humble yet brave attitude. Her feet
are firmly on the ground, and she’s not frightened to give back. Her work with charities such as
Actionwork and Caring Matters Now is a valid pursuit that is close to her heart.
Her epic vocals coupled with her impeccable styling, caught the attention of the British public on
‘The Voice’, as well as her coach will.i.am. Frances was
heavily championed by will.i.am and during filming of The
Voice, was the only singer invited to work with him twice
in his private studio.
Before her breakthrough into the mainstream, Frances
hoped to silence her school critics. With will.i.am
championing her, we’d consider them suitably hushed!