The Perry Sisters Bio
The Perry Sisters originated in Huntington, WV in 1974 with Diana Perry Gillette and her two sisters, Bonnie and Carol.
Their ministry moved to a national level signing in the mid-80s with a major recording label and officially became the first professional ladies trio in Southern Gospel Music.
Bonnie and Carol retired from the road by 1990 leaving Diana as the remaining founding member.
The group reorganized with Diana in the lead position.
Diana has one of the most recognizable voices in gospel music today and is one of the best songwriters in the Southern Gospel Music industry having penned over 250 songs.
Tammy Underwood took over the soprano position when her mother Bonnie retired from the road and plays acoustic guitar.
Tammy has a signature sound with dynamic tones and range and has also contributed to the Perry Sisters songwritting efforts.
Diana's daughter, Nicole Mathews, made her debut with her rich alto voice on the recording "A New Season" proving nothing sounds better than family.