Jack Lynch was the founder of Jalyn Records, which issued more records by far than any other label based in Dayton, with the highest percentage of them being bluegrass. Jack was a familiar sight around bluegrass festivals selling records from the trunk of his Cadillac. He played most of the bluegrass instruments and recorded as Jack Lynch and the Lee Brothers and as Jack Lynch and the Miami Valley Boys. He was friendly with the Stanley Brothers, booked them into spots around Dayton, and filled in on bass fiddle for them when they were in town and short of musicians. In the 1980s, Jack Lynch relocated to Nashville.

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