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Jazz returns to Depot on Saturday

From 3-6 p.m. Saturday, Randy Lee, Paul Ierino, John Thorene and Jerry Siptroth will perform trackside in the Train Museum.

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The St. Louis County Depot, pictured July 7, 2017. Bob King / File / Duluth News Tribune
Bob King / File / Duluth News Tribune

Jazz is back on tap in Duluth.

The former Club Saratoga Jazz Quartet is reuniting for weekly shows at the St. Louis County Depot. From 3-6 p.m. Saturday, local musicians Randy Lee, Paul Ierino, John Thorene and Jerry Siptroth will perform trackside in the Train Museum. Admission is $6, which includes a $2 discount on concessions and the cash bar.

Lee will offer musical commentary and museum executive director Ken Buehler will discuss train history.

The Lake Superior Railroad Museum picked up Saturday afternoon jazz in 2018 after Club Saratoga ended its 30-plus-year tradition.

More performance dates for Jazz at the Depot: 3-6 p.m. Saturdays starting Jan. 8 through March 26; April 9; April 23.

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If you go

  • What: Jazz at the Depot
  • When: 3-6 p.m. Saturdays starting Jan. 8-March 26; April 9; April 23.
  • Where: The Depot, 506 W. Michigan St., Duluth
  • Admission: $6
Related Topics: MUSICDULUTH
Melinda Lavine is an award-winning, multidisciplinary journalist with 16 years professional experience. She joined the Duluth News Tribune in 2014, and today, she writes about the heartbeat of our community: the people.

Melinda grew up in central North Dakota, a first-generation American and the daughter of a military dad.

She earned bachelors degrees in English and Communications from the University of North Dakota in 2006, and started her career at the Grand Forks (N.D.) Herald that summer. She helped launch the Herald's features section, as the editor, before moving north to do the same at the DNT.

Contact her: 218-723-5346, mlavine@duluthnews.com.
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