MaryLeigh was nurtured as a writer and performer at the celebrated Caffe Lena before shipping off to play pubs in Scotland for a year. Since moving back to the states, she has played everywhere from intimate cafes to wild festivals and has had the pleasure to open for acts like Milo Greene, Lord Huron, and Sean Rowe, and tour the US and Europe alongside Erin McKeown, Chris Pureka, and Melissa Ferrick.
In addition to a healthy touring schedule, Roohan has released two full-length original albums and an EP, written the score for the documentary Women of ’69 Unboxed, and has collaborated in numerous projects with Candy Ambulance, Party Boat, Babe City and Jen Trani.
Since it’s formation, Whosah has been committed to creating an environment where relationships are formed through musical connection. By approaching every song and performance with 100% energy and authenticity, Whosah delivers an experience that forms a musical bond not quickly forgotten. The group thrives in environments both large and small, performing shows as intimate as college dorms and large as music festivals.
Whosah’s sound has been described as an indie rock twist on Walk the Moon and The 1975. They’ve shared the stage with artists like Mat Kearney, Betty Who, and The Icarus Account, won the University of Minnesota’s Battle of the Bands, and been featured on the Netflix original series “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmitt,” MTV’s Snookie and JWow and Target Corporation’s back to school campaign.