Guy Penrod Bio-Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Heart Attack, Songs and Albums


Guy Penrod Biography

Guy Penrod is an American gospel music singer who is famous for his serving as the lead singer of the Gaither Vocal Band from 1994 until 2008. Here is all you need to know about Guy Penrod’s Bio-Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Heart Attack, Songs and Albums.

Guy Penrod Age and Birthday

Penrod is 57 years old as of 2020, He was born on July 2, 1963, in Taylor, Texas.

  • Birthday

Guy celebrates his birthday on July 2nd every year.

Guy Penrod Height and Weight

Penrod stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches.

  • Weight

His weight is still unknown but our team is doing everything to make sure you get this information.

Guy Penrod Family

Penrod was raised up in Hobbs, New Mexico. His father is named Reverend Joseph Loren (“Joe” Penrod). Moreover, his father was the lead pastor of Temple Baptist Church. Penrod’s mother is named Barbara Barbara Josie. Little is known about his family, parents, and siblings.

Guy Penrod Education

He went to school at Hobbs High School. While in high school, Guy recorded his first album and sang all four parts. He then went to study and graduated from Liberty University. He began working as a studio session singer doing backup vocals for singers such as Amy Grant, Carman, Garth Brooks, Michael W. Smith.

Guy Penrod Wife Age and Children

Guy is happily married to his wife Angie Clark, they are the parents of seven handsome boys and one beautiful little girl namely Grayson Penrod, Joe Penrod, Jesse Penrod, Tyler Penrod, Lacy Penrod, Logan Penrod, Zacharia Penrod, and Levi Penrod. Together with his wife Angie, they spend every possible moment pouring their lives into raising great kids.

Guy Penrod Heart Attack

There is currently no information confirming that Mr. Penrod suffered from a heart attack.

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Guy Penrod Wiki

He then started working as a studio session singer, doing backup vocals for artists like Amy Grant, Carman, Garth Brooks, Michael W. Smith, and others. Penrod was a member of the Christ Church Choir.

He linked with Bill Gaither at a studio session and was soon a member of the Bill Gaither Vocal Band, where his robust singing and vocal range brought him a lot of fans through Gaither’s various international Homecoming concerts.

Penrod was as well a major contributor to almost a dozen albums released under the Bill Gaither Vocal Band moniker. In 1994 he became globally recognized for his powerful vocals and broad singing range.

He has played in Gaither Homecoming concerts all over the U.S. and Canada, as well as in Australia, Europe, and Africa. In 1998, he did a duet with the Cathedral Quartet’s lead singer the late Glen Payne on their Farewell Celebration video.


He additionally performed for the grand opening of Jerry Falwell’s new Thomas Road Baptist Church a 6,000 seat sanctuary. On August 6, 2005, his album, The Best of Guy Penrod, was ranked 92nd on the Billboard 200, The DVD release of the same was certified platinum by the RIAA. He was a recipient of a Grammy Award for his work on the “Lovin Life” project in 2006.

The Gaither Vocal Band’s 2006 release was entitled “Give It Away” followed by Lovin’ Life two years later in 2008. Bill Gaither wrote that Penrod would be leaving the Gaither Vocal Band and begin a solo career.


In August 2009, he released his solo album titled Breathe Deep, on the Servant Records label. It was produced by veteran country music producer and studio singer Brent Rowan, the album consists of positive country music with Christian undertones. In 2014 he was inducted into the Texas Gospel Music Hall of Fame.

Penrod’s sophomore solo album Hymns was placed at No. 1 on the Nielsen SoundScan Southern Gospel retail chart, it also became the top-selling southern gospel album in 2012, and was additionally one of the year’s top-selling gospel records in Cracker Barrel Old Country Store nationwide. The album Hymns, sold over 100,000 units.

Penrod was offered a slot to be the new host of Gospel Music Showcase, a renowned Daystar Television Network program that focused on southern gospel music. The show has been a recipient of an Emmy award. In 2013, Penrod won “Soloist of the Year” from the National Quartet Convention. He released his third solo project titled Worship in May 2014.

He issued his first solo Christmas project entitled “Christmas.” It was ranked 2nd album in Cracker Barrel stores with 30,000 units sold, second only to Blake Shelton in September 2014,


In January 2016, his first solo DVD entitled Live: Hymns & Worship was released, it sold upon its release on the Billboard chart for music videos. The album was placed 2nd on the “Billboard” chart for contemporary Christian music.

Penrod was a starred performer at the Faith Freedom and Future Inaugural Ball hosted by the Family Research Council, after the January 2017 inauguration of the 45th U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington, DC. In March 2017, Penrod came back with an album entitled Classics.

The album was a unique solo recording of popular songs he made during his time with the Gaither Vocal Band. He has often performed on the stage of the “Grand Ole Opry” as a guest artist.

Penrod hit back into the well of beloved hymns with his 7th solo release. Blessed Assurance was publicly released in February 2018. The album includes Penrod singing 12 newly recorded songs stressing his signature country sound.

Guy Penrod Net Worth

Penrod has an estimated net worth of $3 million as of 2020 which he has earned from his successful career as a gospel musician in the USA.

Guy Penrod Songs

  • 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
  • Count Your Blessings
  • Trading My Sorrows
  • Does Jesus Care?
  • Leaning On the Everlasting Arms
  • When I Cry
  • Shout To The Lord
  • No, Not One!/This World Is Not My Home
  • The Haven Of Rest
  • When Love Was Slain
  • You Reign
  • He Came Down to My Level
  • I’ll Meet You In The Morning
  • Take My Life
  • What A Day That Will Be
  • Amazing Grace
  • Down At the Cross
  • Dwelling In Beulah Land
  • Jesus The Light Of The World
  • Just A Little While
  • The Ninety And Nine
  • The Old Rugged Cross
  • A Few Good Men

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