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You can enjoy craft beer from Voyageur Brewing Company in Grand Marais, Minnesota whenever you’d like.  There doesn’t need to be a special event to visit our beautiful taproom with a terrific view of Lake Superior. But if you need a nudge to get out and enjoy a delicious beer then we’re here to give you that nudge.

Grand Marais, MN Live MusicWe host special events in the taproom including bag tournaments, live music, beer release parties and more. We also attend events like tap takeovers, craft beer festivals and tastings across the state.

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Live Music at Voyageur Brewing Company- Dat Dere Jazz

May 26, 2016 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Enjoy craft beer and live music at Voyageur Brewing Company in Grand Marais, Minnesota.

Data Dere Jazz is Fred Anderson, guitar, Dave MacLean, drum kit, Martha Marnocha, piano, Bob LaMettry, percussion, John Praxmarer, bass, and Don Grant, trumpet.  The band plays a mix of jazz standards in Latin, Swing and Bebop styles.  Fred, Dave, Martha and Don are also members of the North Shore Community Swing Band.

Fred Anderson has played guitar with many Minnesota groups including The Channel Cats Blues / Jazz Band and The CutAways Jazz Quartet.

Dave MacLean started playing drums at an early age and later played in a high school dance band and combo. In graduate school at Purdue, he played with a Dixieland group, the Salty Dogs.  Dave continued his interest in jazz and big band drumming throughout his career as a Professor of Biology at Youngstown State University.

Martha Marnocha grew up playing viola and piano in a classical music setting.

Bob LaMettry started playing percussion with a hand drum group shortly after moving to Grand Marais. A bit later a drum workshop was held at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts featuring a Latin percussionist who played the cajon.  Bob was impressed with the sound and purchased his own cajon online. Most players use their hands on the face plate of the cajon.  Bob typically uses an array of brushes, some with shakers, to add a little variety.

John Praxmarer learned to play the electric bass in high school and hasn’t gone very far since then. He really wanted to be in a death-metal band but had to settle for jazz.

Don Grant began playing trumpet at an early age and has played with many jazz combos.


May 26, 2016
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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