Henry Ade and his Stardusters were an act out of Indiana in the mid-1950s.
By 1953, they had already been performing together for four years. They were
said to have played ballads as well as square dance and round music.
The group also appeared on radio station WGL in Fort Wayne, Indiana in
addtion to their personal appearances. They also appeared on occasion
at the well known country music venue, Buck Lake Ranch.
Timeline and Trivia Notes
- Henry Ade, leader, Hawaiian guitar
- De Lon Ray, electric Spanish guitar
- Junior Ade, bass
- Bill Swift, vocals, rhythm guitar
Credits & Sources
- Country Song Roundup No. 27; December 1953; American
Folk Publications, Inc.; Derby, CT