Lawrence Bohanon
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Wild Hare is a versatile, high energy band that has been entertaining audiences at weddings, corporate events, fundraisers, festivals, casinos, restaurants, private parties and nightclubs for over three decades.

The band's repertoire spans over six decades and features Rock, Pop, Motown, Funk, Disco,
Country, Oldies, Jazz, Blues and today's hits.

Wild Hare is an extremely professional band that's flexible, easy to work with and always aims to please.
At your request, the band can easily expand it's already huge sound with a female vocalist, saxophone
and/or keyboardist.

Their clients include Central California Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, PINC Fresno, The American Heart Association, California International Airshow Salinas, Fresno Art Museum, Easter Seals, St. Agnes Hospital, US Marine Corps, KSEE 24, Sierra Online, Cambridge Homes, American Ambulance, Clear Channel Radio, Horizon Health, Chuckchansi Gold Resort & Casino, Tachi Palace Casino, Fresno Grizzlies, and many more.

Wild Hare has performed at some of the most prestigious resort hotels and country clubs throughout California including The Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay, The Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite, Corral de Tierra Country Club, Copper River Country Club, Fort Washington Country Club, Dana Point Yacht Club, The Pines Resort, Los Altos Golf and Country Club, Jack House and Gardens SLO, Indian Wells Country Club, The Wawona Hotel and The Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite National Park to name a few.

A great live band is one of the most talked about and memorable parts of any event. Let Wild Hare put its years of experience and great sound to make your event extraordinary.
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Tony Craig
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Contact Eddie Guzman at
(559) 246-0702 or email
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