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Two Chairs No Waiting 317: Mitch Jayne Stories 2004

Two Chairs No Waiting

Two Chairs No Waiting

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:24:19

In this episode of Two Chairs, we’ll be going back to Mayberry Days 2004.  It was a special Mayberry Days because all the Darling boys were together again to perform for the crowds in Mt. Airy, NC.

During their concert, Rodney broke a string so they needed someone to kill time while it was repaired.  Of course, Mitch Jayne stepped up to the task and thank heaven he did because he provided us with some amazing moments that you’ll be able to enjoy here on the show.

Mitch shares his love of the language spoken in his neck of the woods. He also tells us the honest truth about Ebo Walker and what inspired he and Rodney to write the song.

Great and funny stories you will not want to miss.

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