Mysterytrain is a five-piece psychedelic jam band originally from the Central Pennsylvania region. The band believes that music is best served and enjoyed in a live setting with kind people having a great time. The band is committed to creating an evening of song that is special and unforgettable.
Typically, the band plays two sets each night. The first set establishes the tempo for the evening and allows the band and the fans to get settled into a musical groove. The second set is when the magic can happen. Long improvisational jams and interconnecting songs allow the music to breathe and come to life.
Influences ranging in Rock n’ Roll, Country, Bluegrass, Funk, Latin Percussion, and Blues have created an endless array of musical styles from which to draw. With plenty of original material, no two shows or setlists are ever the same.
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