"Sweet Emma" Barrett (March 25, 1897, New Orleans, Louisiana – January 28, 1983) was a self-taught jazz pianist and singer who worked with the Original Tuxedo Orchestra between 1923 and 1936, and in the early 1960s became an iconic figure with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
"Sweet Emma" Barrett And Her Dixieland Boys, Original Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra,
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
|"Sweet Emma" Barrett*||The Bell Gal And Her Dixieland Boys (Album)||Riverside Records||UK||1961||Sell This Version|
|Sweet Emma Barrett*||Sweet Emma Barrett And Her New Orleans Music (Album)||Southland Records, Southland Records||US||1963||Sell This Version|
|Emma Barrett||Sweet Emma At Heritage Hall||Shalom Records (2)||US||1968||Sell This Version|
|Sweet Emma* And Her Preservation Hall Jazz Band||Sweet Emma* And Her Preservation Hall Jazz Band - New Orleans' Sweet Emma And Her Preservation Hall Jazz Band (Album)||Preservation Hall||US||1976||Sell This Version|
|504 CD 67||Emma Barrett||Sweet Emma Barrett & Her Bell Boys : Mardi Gras Live 1960 (CD)||504 Records||504 CD 67||1997||Sell This Version|