Two Chairs No Waiting 96: Mitch Jayne

by Floyd on August 10, 2010

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:15:09

Two Chairs No Waiting

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Mitch Jayne, a Dillards founder and the bass-playing Darling boy in Mayberry, passed away August 2, 2010. Mayberry fans are grateful for his friendship and all the joy & inspiration he brought to people all over the world. Mitch was a master storyteller and humorist as well as as a musician. Read more about Mitch and share your thoughts as well.

Born July 5, 1928, Mitch Jayne is someone that all fans of The Andy Griffith Show will miss. The stories he shared from the stage at Mayberry events are priceless and are second only to the music he was such an important part of giving to us all. Thank you, Mitch, the the fun and the everlasting music.

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Tom Rusk August 17, 2010 at 7:09 pm

Allan: Another great podcast. Really enjoyed the reflections on Mitch Jayne. He was a funny and talented fellow. I loved the toaster story about how he met his wife.
As Gomer would say Allan, “thank you…thank you…thank you”.

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Tim Bradshaw February 6, 2013 at 8:18 pm

Good show. Another treasure of an interview. I know you are glad you had taken the time to get these interviews.

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