Tyler Perry actress
Etta James singer
Les Brown motivational speaker:
This is Marsha McWilson!

Recent media mentions:

Click or touch the pic to read the Oct. 2021 Niagara Gazette article about Marsha!

Click or touch the pic to read the Oct. 2021 Niagara Gazette article about Marsha!

Click or touch the pic to read the full article about Marsha from TheBatavian.com

Click or touch the pic to read the full article about Marsha from TheBatavian.com

Now booking:

CASINO SHOWS: Marsha and her band have performed at Seneca Niagara Casino as well as Batavia Downs. Their Las Vegas-style show with choreography, wardrobe changes, lights and a full band electrifies audiences everywhere. Dance to hits from Aretha, Tina, Gladys, Chaka and many other famous divas! Casino shows are fun; book Marsha for yours! 

BIRTHDAYS, ANNIVERSARIES, PARTIES, PRIVATE EVENTS: Marsha and her crew help liven up any get-together with fun songs as well as some touching, heartfelt ones, too.

FUNERALS: No one wants to go to a funeral, but Marsha's singing can help get them thru it. Marsha sings at many funerals.

CORPORATE FUNCTIONS & ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PROGRAMS: Marsha can give motivational talks covering topics like grief (losing loved ones), health (losing weight), balance (finding time for everything), and tips for everyday living ("Miss Marsha's life lessons").

WEDDING RECEPTIONS: Want Marsha McWilson to sing Etta James' classic song, "At Last," at your wedding reception? Book her now because she's in demand, and those who love Etta James are blown away at how much Marsha looks and sounds like her. Newly married couples will love having Marsha McWilson as Etta singing "At Last" at their wedding reception-- what a great surprise, right?!

Book her here

Marsha McWilson has lost numerous friends and family members to "the Rona." When she was on Channel 7 in Buffalo recently, she encouraged people to get vaccinated, sharing how she lost her beloved sister Vanessa to the Coronavirus. During that interview, she shared a taste of her new song about the experience of losing loved ones to "the Rona." Then Spectrum News profiled her recording of the song-- see the interview here. And Buffalo's WBLK 93.7FM wrote about the song here. The Niagara Gazette published an article about the song here. WUFO radio is playing it.

Several people have downloaded Marsha's new song, "Rona Mae Blues." If you'd like to download the song, you can get it here...