Among the early electric powered guitarists, Ware played on clarinetist/saxophonist Sidney Bechet’s initial (belated) recordings while innovator in November 1938 for the Vocalion label. Immediately after, Bechet teamed Ware with fellow guitarist Jimmy Shirley, producing the group possibly the first to add two electrical guitars. Ware went to Tuskegee Institute in his youngsters, where he discovered to try out oboe. He turned to acoustic guitar and started leading his personal trio, which performed in NY through the ‘30s and ‘40s. Besides his use Bechet, Ware also documented with Friend Johnson, Don Byas, Joe Turner, and Albinia Jones. He documented like a innovator in 1947; soon thereafter, Ware halted working like a full-time musician.