Jazz at the Depot returns at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum

On Saturday January 6th, Jazz at the Depot returned to the Lake Superior Railroad Museum.

Every Saturday through the end of April 2024, the train museum welcomes its “Trackside Quartet”. Featuring the Paul Ierino on keyboard, Jerry Siproth percussion, John Thorene on bass and Randy Lee playing everything else. It’s three hours of big band hits, classic jazz favorites and modern fusion.

Jazz at the Depot also includes a full bar and opening weekend is features the original Connolly’s “Tom and Jerry”. There’s also fresh popcorn, snacks, a winter classic soup or chili, gourmet hotdogs with all the fixings, and a delicious desert.

Admission is only $7 and includes a free visit to explore all of the exhibits within the Lake Superior Railroad Museum. Museum members always get in free.

Jazz at the Depot began several years ago. It’s now a popular part of the Lake Superior Railroad Museum’s winter collection of events.

For more information about events happening down at the Depot you can read more here. Also for other stories with the Depot you can read more here.