Performers and Photos





Jonah Cappa followed by The Wilber James Blues Band



Ease on in on tonight (May 26) to hear some truly great music and enjoy our N’awlins cooking





———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–Ease on in on Friday night (May 18) to hear some truly great blues and enjoy our N’awlins cooking



Ease on in this Saturday night (May 19) for the great sounds of Owen Sound with Grant Lyle and enjoy our tasty N’awlins food!


 Following a solo set with Al Lerman, Vertigo took the stage….and kept it … with some really good rocking tunes. If you haven’t seen Vertigo, they really will turn you upside down, but they’ll get you get back up again. Thank you Vertigo for really great rock and roll. Live music, It’s really what it’s all about.




Saturday night was another treat for lovers of live music. First, Al Lerman gave us some insight into the history of the blues with his stories of meeting and playing with some of the greatest blues people, as well as his remarkable songwriting. As Johnny (one of the owners) put it, when you hear his songs, it’s like you feel like you should already know them. Thank you Al for sharing with us what the guitar and harmonica are all about.


What a great Friday night with Rick Rose and band reunion. Thank you to everyone who came out to enjoy an amazing evening of great music and a lot of love. Thank you Rick and band for really giving us every reason to love live music.

Thank you so much to Hydro Plane and 2 for showing up on a wintery night and rocking our place.Thank you also to the intrepid Niagara music fans that showed up and took part.


Well Saturday night was something indeed. So many thanks to Owen Sound (Owen Tennyson) and to Fortunate Losers. You bring the music and we cannot recommoned these guys enough. Thank you!!



Willie John’s Big Easy is proud to present a night of groove with Owen Sound featuring Toronto drummer extraordinaire Owen Tennyson from the legendary Blue Peter.

Plus a rare Acoustic set by hard rockin’ Sudbury natives Fortunate Losers.

Doors are open at 5pm for dinner, show starts at 9pm

Another great night of live music and dancing! Thank you so much to Steve Burnside & The Marquis!




This Saturday night easy in on and enjoy Steve Burnside and The Marquis.

Steve Burnside is the “Real Deal” in Canadian Blues and Jazz. His recordings go from vinyl 78’s to mp3’s and are played in 18 countries world wide. He has received “Entertainer of the Year” from NY’s Blues Beat Magazine and also received the coveted “MUDDY” award (after Muddy Waters) “Blues Band of the Year” from Niagara Music Awards (NMA)

2018 will be the 60th anniversay of Steve Burnside and The Marquis as Canada’s “FIRST MAN of the BLUES” He is “The Real Deal”. Back in the day Steve’s show included Lou Rawls, The Flamingos, Frankie Avalon, Freddy ”Boom Boom” Cannon, The Orlons, Billy Joe Royal, Jimmy Ray and comedians Rich Little and Marty Allen In other venues Steve worked with Colin James, Tom Jones, Mel Torme, Mel Brown, Johnny Johnsons Band (Chuck Berrys Band), Vic Damone, Joan Rivers and Robert Klien, the list goes on …

Saturday Night was a blast. Thank you so much for the great music that was provided by Gravely James, Emily Madronich, Jake Schrapp and Samantha Antonio and a surprise appearance by Samantha Malong and Rick Rose.


An eclectic evening of entertainment featuring some of Niagara Region’s finest up and coming artists.
Willie John’s Big Easy is open for dinner @ 5pm.
Show starts at 9. NO COVER!