Ware was a Dixieland trombonist, best-known for his use the clarinetist and saxophonistSidney Bechet through the late ‘40s. Ware performed inside your home music group at a Chicago nightclub, Jazz Ltd, from 1947. Past due that 12 months Bechet became a member of the group like a visitor star for a number of months; he remaining in June 1948, and then come back in August. The music group (led from the club’s owner, clarinetist Expenses Reinhardt) continued to be in residence after and during Bechet’s intermittent engagements. In early 1949, the music group, including Ware, Reinhardt, and Bechet, documented three game titles for the club’s home label, including “Maryland My Maryland” and “Careless Like.” Ware also documented with such music artists as Muggsy Spanier and Doc Evans. He continuing to try out with traditional jazz clothes in the first ‘50s; he relocated to Florida in 1952 and worked well freelance.