The Barrett Sisters are an American award-winning gospel trio from Chicago, Illinois. The trio consisted of sisters the late DeLois Barrett Campbell, Billie Barrett GreenBey and Rodessa Barrett Porter. They have been singing together for more than 40 years.
In the mid-1960s, the sisters regrouped to record 3 CDs with I AM Records in Chicago.
Current releases include; “The Best of the Barretts” and Delores Barrett Campbell and the Barrett Sisters “He’s So Wonderful.”
"Jesus Loves Me," on which they recorded Sam Cooke's “Wonderful.” They followed with "I'll Fly Away" and "Carry Me Back" where they were joined with Roberta Martin on "I Hear God". Ms. Martin sang lead on the title track. Since then,
The Barrett Sisters have become one of the world famous female gospel groups. They have performed at countless churches and in many respected concert halls including the Lincoln Center in NYC, Constitution Hall in Washington, DC, Orchestra Hall in Chicago, and Theatre-DeVille in Paris, France. The Barrett Sisters have toured internationally over thirty times.
The Barrett Sisters represented the United States in Africa, as Goodwill Ambassadors of 1983, and in the South Pacific for six week in 1987. They have also performed for several notable leaders including the King of Sweden and the President of Zaire, Africa. The Barrett Sisters are associated with numerous celebrities and big names in entertainment including the late Queen of Gospel Albertina Walker, Thomas A. Dorsey, Walt Whitman and the Soul Children Choir, (National Singers Convention), Rev. James Cleveland, Andre Crouch,The Mighty Clouds of Joy, Shirley Caesar, The Winnans Willie Mae Ford Smith and Patti LaBelle