With Dennis McGee (fiddle). Amédé spelled Armadie on the label. During the same Columbia field trip in New Orleans they first recorded Blind Willie Johnson.
Iry Lejeune [same melody in Jolie Catin]
Bois Sec Ardoin & Canray Fontenot [Alan Lomax recording; they both started playing 'ti fer (triangle) with Amédé]
Clifton Chenier [same melody in Sweet Little Doll (Cher Catin); taking credit]
Carrière Brothers [as Jolie Catin]
Boozoo Chavis [idem]
C.J. Chenier [as Cher Catin]
Creole Amédé Ardoin was from Eunice, LA. That's also where he got involved in a terrible fight, probably racially inspired. He played dead to avoid being killed, got run over by a Model T Ford and was so severely damaged he never played again. Died in a Pine Ville, LA hospital in 1942.