Rescheduled date FRIDAY 3RD SEPTEMBER! Tickets on sale now! https://brisbanejazzclub.sales.ticketsearch.com/sales/salesevent/14556 The Justin Stephenson Ensemble presents a celebration of one of the greatest albums of all time: ‘Songs in the Key of Life’. It's been 45 years since Stevie Wonder released the most critically acclaimed album of his career, with many critics and musicians alike citing this album as the greatest of all time. Justin Stephenson is one Brisbane's premier vocalists, consistently selling out his performances at the Brisbane Jazz Club. With nearly 25 years of performing in Australia and around the world, Justin considers Stevie Wonder to be his greatest influence in his own musical career, also citing Songs in the Key of Life as being the greatest album of all time. Featuring some of Brisbane's finest musicians - James Sandon - drums, Robert Flay - bass, Aaron West – guitar, Matt Christensen - tenor sax, Cassie Whitehead - alto sax, Mal Wood - trumpet; the Justin Stephenson Ensemble pays homage to this musical masterpiece by presenting the album in its original entirety. Don't miss out - tickets are sure to sell fast! Justin Stephenson Ensemble: 45 years in the Key of Life Vocal Jazz / Standards Brisbane Jazz Club 1 Annie Street, Kangaroo Point, 4169 Doors Open at 6:30pm - 11pm / Music 7:30pm - 10pm Due to the restrictions of COVID we kindly ask you book all seats at a table. We have a selection of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 seats per table available. If you can't find a table that suits you, please phone the office 07 3391 2006 and our friendly staff will try to help you. Office hours are Tuesday to Friday 10 am to 4 pm. Please leave a message with your phone number if your call is not answered or email email@example.com and we will phone you back. Doors open 6.30pm - 11pm Band 7.30pm -10pm Members $31 / Non – Members $42 / Mem Concession $26 / Non Mem Concession $37 / Students $20 SOME TICKETS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE IN THE MARQUEE ON THE RIVER DECK. THESE ARE AT REDUCED PRICES AND THERE IS A SCREEN AND SOUND.