Stephen Henry Quartet
|From:||Friday 08 November 2019|
|To:||Friday 08 November 2019|
|Time:||7:45pm - 10:45pm Friday 08 November 2019|
|Location:||North Toowoomba Bowls Club, Cnr Elworthy & Lemnos Sts, Toowoomba, Qld 4350 Australia|
Don't miss the STEPHEN HENRY QUARTET on Friday 8th November.
Stephen Henry is a lover of Jazz and all things saxophone. He cut his teeth in Brisbane playing with various big bands and small ensembles before moving to Toowoomba. He played tenor and vocals in Chapel Street, the Art of Tea and the Damian Black Band where he met bass player extraordinaire Brendan Reid. Together they formed the Stephen Henry Quartet which has become the most sought after band on the Toowoomba scene for nearly 10 years.
The multi-talented Chris Hartley joined the group on keys in 2016. His masterful keystrokes add a pop of colour to this extraordinary band’s sound. Joining them on drums will be the up and coming young superstar Harry Schneider
The Stephen Henry Quartet are equally at home in front of thousands of people on the Flower Food and Wine stage, hundreds of guests at black tie events or heating up a cold winter’s night with an intimate crowd at the Jazz Club.
Come and join the Stephen Henry Quartet and fellow Jazz lovers for a Friday evening of Cool Jazz, Swing and Grooves hosted by the Toowoomba Jazz Society. Be ready to dance the night away or sit back and soak up the tunes!
Admission is $20 for visitors and $15 for members (cash only). Refreshments are provided and there is a raffle and a lucky door prize.
The bowls club offer a smorgasbord every Friday night – only $16.50 for a great selection of mains, desserts and fruit. Available from 6:00 to 7:15pm. Please ring to book 07 4639 2338 for dinner.
The gig begins at 7:45pm and finishes at 10.45pm
Cnr Elworthy & Lemnos Sts
07 4639 2338
|Entry charges - Adult||$20|
|Entry charges - Concession||$15|
|Contact phone||0408 282 007|
|Booking information||tickets at the door|
|Is food and drink available?||Yes|
|Are toilets available?||Yes|
|Is there disabled access?||Yes|