Winslow began his singing career in 1965 at the age of 17 with the band,
The Royal Guardsman. Their hit song, "Snoopy vs the Red Baron"
won them a gold record and "Snoopy's Christmas" went platinum.
These were mega hits and took the group all over the country. An updated
version is "Snoopy vs Osama" which has received a lot of playing
time on stations across America. The band was together from 1965 to
1970. They regrouped in 1975 to do the club circuit and Barry left the
band in 1978.
In 1985, Barry began to get seriously involved with his song writing
and became acquainted with Aaron Brown in Nashville. He submitted several
songs for Aaron's new children's project. The "/ L.O.V.E. Y.O.U."
cut performed by Christian artist, Tonya Goodman Sykes, was selected
for the "Child's Gift of Lullabies" project. The song is enjoying
much success and earned a platinum record for Barry.
Barry really enjoyed songwriting but knew he wanted more. Something
was missing. In 1992, he found fulfillment when he gave his life to
the Lord and, with God's inspiration, he began writing and singing songs
of praise. His first effort, "Transition," met with great
enthusiasm, fueling his passion for Christian music. In 1997, he moved
to Missouri where he has continued dedicating his life to praising Jesus
in his walk and in his music. With many prayers answered, he and his
wife, Teena, now minister together. They have performed on TBN, TCT
and 100 Huntly Street TV shows with ever-increasing requests for them
to sing at churches all across America.
Barry and Teena treasure the anointing God has placed upon them. That
anointing comes through in their ministry with the songs the Lord has
birthed into their spirit.