Guy Penrod Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Children, Health, Songs and Net Worth

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Last updated on October 17th, 2020 at 06:38 pm

Guy Penrod Biography

Guy Penrod is an American gospel singer well recognized for his role as the lead singer of the Gaither Vocal Band from 1994 to 2008. Penrod was a featured performer at the Faith Freedom & Future Inaugural Ball hosted by the Family Research Council, following the January 2017 inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington, DC.

Guy Penrod Education

Penrod attended and graduated from Hobbs High School in New Mexico where he recorded his first album, singing all four parts. He then attended from Liberty University where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in music and vocal performance. While at the university, he served as a representative of the University by traveling and singing on the weekends.

Guy Penrod Age

Guy is 57 years old as of 2020. He was born on July 2, 1963, in Taylor, Texas, United States of America.

Guy Penrod Height

Penrod stands at an average height of 6 feet 2 inches. Details about his weight and other body measurements are still under research and will be updated once confirmed.

Guy Penrod Photo
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Guy Penrod Family

Guy is the son of (father ) Rev. Joseph Loren “Joe” Penrod and (mother) Barbara Josie Penrod Gray. His father Rev. Joseph was the head pastor of Temple Baptist Church. Information if he has siblings is not available.

Guy Penrod Wife

Penrod is currently married to his wife Angie Clark, an athlete. The couple met while attending Liberty University and the couple was married on the evening of Guy’s graduation day.

Guy Penrod Children

Guy and his wife Angie are proud parents of eight children, seven boys Grayson Penrod, Jesse Penrod, Zachariah Penrod, Tyler Penrod, Levi Penrod, Logan Penrod and one daughter Lacy Penrod. The family reside on a farm in the Tennessee countryside,

Guy Penrod Net Worth

Penrod is an accomplished American gospel singer who has an estimated net worth of $3 million.

Guy Penrod Heart Attack | Health

Pen’s information regarding if he had or had a heart attack or any health-related issues is not available at the moment. However, this information is still under review and we will update it once confirmed.

Guy Penrod Gaither Vocal Band

In the 1980s Penrod began his career as a studio singer, backing up voices such as Carman, Steve Green, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Garth Brooks, Shania Twain, James Ingram, and Phillips, Craig & Dean. He was likewise an individual from the Christ Church Choir (similar to another future Gaither Vocal Band part, Jonathan Pierce). During his years in the studio, he met Bill Gaither unexpectedly. He additionally showed up on TNN’s Music City Tonight as a foundation artist during the 1990s. In 1989 Penrod contributed a couple of tracks as lead vocal on a Brentwood tape (C-5103N) named “Following The Sun – Island Music For Believers”.

Penrod additionally performed quickly with the Stamps Quartet in 1987, while utilized at Opryland. In the wake of tolerating the situation with the Gaither Vocal Band in 1994, Penrod turned out to be universally known for his ground-breaking vocals and expansive singing extent. He has acted in Gaither Homecoming concerts everywhere in the U.S. furthermore, Canada, just as in Europe, Australia, and Africa. In 1999, he played out a two-part harmony with the Cathedral Quartet’s lead vocalist Glen Payne on their Farewell Celebration video.

Penrod performed for the stupendous opening of Jerry Falwell’s new Thomas Road Baptist Church new 6,000 seat safe-haven. His collection, The Best of Guy Penrod, arrived at No. 92 on the Billboard 200 on August 6, 2005. The DVD discharge was confirmed platinum by the RIAA.

The Gaither Vocal Band’s 2006 delivery was entitled Give It Away, trailed by Lovin’ Life in 2008. Penrod won a Grammy Award for his work on the “Lovin Life” venture. In an official statement on January 13, 2009, Bill Gaither reported that Penrod would leave the Gaither Vocal Band and beginning a performance vocation.

Guy Penrod Solo Music Career

In August 2009, Penrod delivered his introduction solo collection, Breathe Deep, on the Servant Records mark. Delivered by veteran country music producer and studio performer Brent Rowan, the collection consists of positive country music with Christian feelings. Penrod was drafted into the Texas Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2011.

Penrod’s sophomore independent collection Hymns appeared at No. 1 on the Nielsen SoundScan Southern Gospel retail outline and turned into the top-selling southern gospel collection of 2012. Psalms sold more than 100,000 units. In 2012, Penrod turned into the new host of Gospel Music Showcase, a mainstream Daystar Television Network program that centers around southern gospel music. It tends to be seen each Saturday. The show has been granted an Emmy.

Penrod won “Soloist of the Year” from the National Quartet Convention in 2013. Penrod delivered his third performance venture named Worship in May 2014. In September 2014, Penrod delivered his first independent Christmas venture named “Christmas.” It turned into the No. 2 collection in Cracker Barrel stores with 30,000 units sold, second just to Blake Shelton. Additionally, in 2014, Penrod was enlisted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame close by the Gaither Vocal Band.

Penrod delivered his first independent DVD entitled Live: Hymns and Worship in January 2016. The Project was shot at Thomas Road Baptist Church. The delivery appeared at No. 1 on the Billboard outline for music recordings sold upon its delivery. The collection appeared at #2 on the “Announcement” graph for contemporary Christian music.

Penrod was a highlighted entertainer at the Faith Freedom and Future Inaugural Ball hosted by the Family Research Council, following the January 2017 introduction of U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington, DC. In March 2017, Penrod got back with a collection entitled Classics. The collection was another performance recording of mainstream tunes he performed during his residency with the Gaither Vocal Band.

Penrod has frequently showed up on the phase of the “Terrific Ole Opry” as a visitor craftsman. Penrod ventured once again into the well of dearest psalms with his seventh performance discharge. Favored Assurance was delivered in February 2018. The collection incorporates Penrod singing twelve recently recorded psalms highlighting his unique country sound.

Guy Penrod Songs

  • A Few Good Men
  • The Old Rugged Cross
  • The Ninety And Nine
  • Just A Little While
  • Jesus The Light Of The World
  • Dwelling In Beulah Land
  • Down At the Cross
  • Amazing Grace
  • What A Day That Will Be
  • Take My Life
  • I’ll Meet You In The Morning
  • He Came Down to My Level
  • You Reign
  • When Love Was Slain
  • The Haven Of Rest
  • No, Not One!/This World Is Not My Home
  • Shout To The Lord
  • When I Cry
  • Leaning On the Everlasting Arms
  • Does Jesus Care?
  • Trading My Sorrows
  • Count Your Blessings
  • Revelation Song
  • Then Came the Morning
  • Knowing You’ll Be There
  • Because He Lives
  • Amazing Love / Word Of God Speak
  • Knowing What I Know About Heaven
  • You Never Let Go
  • Victory In Jesus
  • There Is A River
  • He Hideth My Soul

Guy Penrod 2020 Tour

  • Nov 7, 2020, Sugarcreek, OH- Ohio Star Theater 1 pm
  • Nov 7, 2020, Sugarcreek, OH- Ohio Star Theater 6 pm
  • Nov 8, 2020, Dandridge, TN- Shady Grove UMC
  • Dec 11, 2020, Blue Mountain, MS- Blue Mountain College
  • Dec 12, 2020, Anniston, AL- Edgewood Church
  • Apr 18, 2021, Gulfport, MS- Bel-Aire Baptist Church
  • Apr 24, 2021, Greensburg, PA- Palace Theatre
  • Jul 22, 2021, Bristol, IN- First Baptist Elkhart
  • Aug 6, 2021, Lewisburg, PA- Country Cupboard
  • Aug 7, 2021, Lewisburg, PA, Country Cupboard
  • Aug 26, 2021, Huntsville, AL- Willowbrook Baptist Church