Homer Chasteen, Albert Dailey, Charles Marlowe
Fevre MLFP 651
Albert Dailey formed the Jades in 1966 in the Peach State. The Jades played together for 25 years. Surviving members still gather once a year for a reunion performance. In the late 1970s, the Jades became the house band at the J&J Center on Commerce Road in Athens, playing behind a host of traveling country music stars. The Jades played anything from country to Elvis to old school. They recorded only two singles.
The Fevre label was an imprint of LeFevre Sound, a recording studio formed in Atlanta, Georgia by The LeFevres, a Southern Gospel singing group.