The Wholigans are always looking for agents & promoters to book gigs worldwide, as we are not exclusive to any one particular .
We have toured Canada & the USA & UK & Germany too many times to count ,and we intend to keep going back for more, as fans of The Who are insatiable in their love for The Who’s music.
The band is based in Ontario Canada and on the west coast of Florida, but also are able to draw on several very experienced Wholigan musicians from around the world ,when needed.
Worldwide bookings are not a problem as we have stage gear in Toronto Canada, NYC, Chicago, LA, Florida, UK & Germany.
Venues/buyers must supply house production & techs.
We’ve had offers from Singapore, Italy, Sweden, Mexico, Brazil India & China.
The Who’s music knows no boundarys.
*EU & UK & other foreign promoters/agents/venues must provide work visas where applicable, and are responsible for local tax related issues.
The Wholigans have and do play venues from clubs holding 300 to the 1000′s ,and at theatres such as the world famous Las Vegas Hilton
(see the video) famed for being the house that Elvis built.also in Vegas the band played on the stages on the famous Freemont St.-
To crowds of 5000 20009/2010 & July 2012 at the Toronto Sound Academy.(video)
& for 30’000 people at numerous festivals such as here in Woodstock in 09 celebrating
Woodstocks 40th anniversary.
& at events such as Gasparilla in Tampa, that plays host to well over 400,000 people ! (article)
No matter the event,The Wholigans are THE WHO band to see ,as they have headlined several conventions for THE WHO, appearing with Roger Daltrey & Simon Townshend of The Who ,and Mark Brzezicki (drummer for Big Country) & Bruce Foxton bassist of The Jam)
The Wholigans have opened for many classic rock acts such as ‘Blue Oyster Cult’…Foghat…and Burton Cummings of ‘The Guess Who’Also appearing on on several tv and radio staions around the world.
Tom Wright a former roomate of Pete Townshend (who introduced Pete to R&B )
“Had I not met Tom Wright”…”The Who would not have become successful”
Tom would eventually became road manager for The Who as well as a famous rock photographer, photographing Joe Walsh, Rod Stewart & The Faces.
He invited The Wholigans to play at the opening of his exhibit in Traverse Michigan, where he asked the band to recreate the first 3 songs Tom had heard The Who play in the USA at The Grande Ballroom.
Here is a song by The Wholigans from that night. ‘My Generation’ complete with ‘auto destruct’
The lights were kept dimmed as to recreate those early days.
The Wholigans have also have been fortunate enough to play the German club made famous by The Beatles, The Kaiserkeller in 2007
THE WHO Conventions the band has played:
2003 London ‘The Astoria/Mean Fiddler’ UK