Guy Penrod Biography and Wiki
Guy Allen Penrod is an American gospel music singer who is famously known for his work as the lead singer of the Gaither Vocal Band, a position he held from 1994 to 2008.
Guy recorded his first album and sang all four parts.
Guy Penrod Age and Birthday
Penrod was born in 1963, in Taylor, Texas, the United States. He is 57 years old as of 2020. He celebrates his birthday on July 2nd every year. His birth sign is Cancer.
Guy Penrod Height
Penrod stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches.
Guy Penrod Family
Penrod was raised in Hobbs, he is the son of Rev. Joseph Loren “Joe” Penrod and Barbara Josie Penrod.
Guy Penrod Wife
Penrod got married to his wife Angie Clark, an athletic beauty in 1985. Penrod and Angie in 1983 while studying at Liberty University and got married on the evening of Penrod’s day of graduation.
Guy Penrod Children
Guy and Angie are blessed with eight beautiful children, seven girls, and one boy. All of his kids are homeschooled. Their children are Grayson Penrod, Joe Penrod, Jesse Penrod, Tyler Penrod, Lacy Penrod, Logan Penrod, Zacharia Penrod, and Levi Penrod. Penrod and his family live on a farm in the Tennessee countryside.
Guy Penrod Net Worth
Penrod is currently estimated to have a net worth of $3 million. His main source of income is his work as a music artist, songwriter, composer, and guitarist.
Guy Penrod Education and Career
Guy Penrod went to Hobbs High School located in Hobbs, New Mexico, United States. During his high school years, Penrod recorded his first album, singing all four parts. He later attended Liberty University.
He worked 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 starting in the 1980s. He was also a member of the Christ Church Choir (as was another future Gaither Vocal Band member, Jonathan Pierce).
He also made regular appearances on TNN’s Music City Tonight as a background singer in the mid-1990s. In 1989 Penrod contributed a couple of tracks as lead vocal on a Brentwood cassette (C-5103N) titled “Following The Sun – Island Music For Believers”.
Penrod also performed briefly with the Stamps Quartet in 1987, while employed at Opryland.