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Mystery Trayne includes (from left) singer-songwriter Cheryl Miller who plays percussion; Jay Short on acoustic guitar and singer-songwriter Jack Reed on upright bass and acoustic guitar.

Mystery Trayne, a Williamsport-based acoustic trio, will perform a musical gumbo of Delta blues, twang and swing at 7:30 p.m. July 27 in the Coolidge Theatre at the Deane Center at 104 Main St. in Wellsboro.

Cheryl Miller is a singer-songwriter with a rich, sultry voice. She plays percussion instruments, including the rub board. Jay Short is well-known for his vocals and slicing slide guitar. Jack Reed of Liberty is a singer-songwriter and recording engineer.

During shows, he can be found perched behind his upright bass or playing acoustic guitar. All three sing harmony and share the role of lead singer.

When it comes to the blues, this threesome has lived it, played it and share a rich history of making music together since the early days of the Billtown Blues music scene.

Admission is $15 and free for youth 12 and under when accompanied by a paying adult. This is BYOB — bring snacks and beverages. For tickets and to reserve a table free of charge, call 570-724-6220 or visit