NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Christian music’s premier country recording artist, Guy Penrod, is set to embark on a 14-city Northern European tour this week, bringing his signature sound to Sweden, Iceland, Norway and the Netherlands.
Guy Penrod is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1988||Israel's Hope||Arise O Lord||Choir|
|1988||Sandi Patty||Make His Praise Glorious||Background Vocals|
|1988||Carman||Live! Radically Saved||Background Vocals|
|1989||Priscilla Engle||Ageless Love||Backround Vocals|
|1992||Two Hearts||Stand Your Ground||Background Vocals|
|1992||Geoff Moore & The Distance||A Friend Like U||Background Vocals|
|1992||Kim Boyce||Facts of Love||Background Vocals|
|1993||NewSong||All Around the World||Background Vocals|
|1993||David Meece||Once in a Lifetime||Background Vocals|
|1994||Idle Cure||Eclipse||Background Vocals|
|1994||Amy Grant||House of Love||Choir Vocals|
|1995||Gary Oliver||Gary Oliver||Choir|
|1995||Ashley Cleveland||Lesson of Love||Background Vocals|
|1995||David Meece||Odyssey||Background Vocals|
|1996||Aaron Jeoffrey||After The Rain||Backing Vocals|
|2002||Sheila Walsh||The Hymns Collection||Vocals|
|2003||Gaither Vocal Band||A Cappella||Vocals|
Guy Penrod has been a member of:
Guy Penrod is a gospel music singer mostly known for his work as the lead singer of the Gaither Vocal Band, a position he held from 1994-2008.
Penrod grew up in Hobbs, New Mexico, where his father, Rev. Joe Penrod, was the pastor of Temple Baptist Church. He also is a 1980 graduate of Hobbs High School. During his high school years Guy recorded his first album, singing all four parts.
Penrod is a graduate of Liberty University. Starting in the early 1980s, he worked as a studio singer, backing up voices such as Steve Green, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Garth Brooks, James Ingram, and Phillips, Craig & Dean. He was also a member of the Christ Church Choir, as was another future Gaither Vocal Band member, Jonathan Pierce. During his years in the studio, he met Bill Gaither for the first time. He also made regular appearances on Music City Tonight as a background singer.
After accepting the position with the Gaither Vocal Band in 1994, Penrod became internationally known for his powerful vocals and broad singing range. He has performed in Gaither Homecoming concerts all over the U.S. and Canada, as well as in Europe, Australia, and Africa.
He and his wife, Angie (Clark), have eight children. They live on his family farm in Tennessee. All their children are homeschooled. Recently, Penrod performed for the grand opening of Jerry Falwell's new Thomas Road Baptist Church new 6,000 seat sanctuary.
His album, The Best of Guy Penrod, reached #92 on the Billboard 200 on August 6, 2005. The Gaither Vocal Band's 2006 release was entitled Give It Away, followed by "Lovin' Life" in 2008.
Guy took a sabbatical from the Gaither Vocal Band in the Fall of 2008. In a press release January 13, 2009, Bill Gaither announced that Penrod would be leaving the Gaither Vocal Band and starting a solo career. In August 2009, Guy released his debut solo album, Breathe Deep, on the Servant Records label. Produced by veteran country music producer and studio musician, Brent Rowan, the album consists of positive country music with Christian undertones.
Guy Penrod. (2011, July 21). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 19:56, March 13, 2012, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Guy_Penrod&oldid=440742791
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Gaither Music Group/Servant Records artist Guy Penrod joined an all-star roster from the worlds of sports, music and film for Kevin Carter’s 11th Annual Waiting for Wishes Celebrity Waiters Dinner, held recently at Nashville’s The Palm Restaurant.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Hymns, the sophomore Gaither Music Group/Servant Records recording from Guy Penrod, Christian music’s premier country recording artist, achieved chart-topping sales success following its release March 27.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.— Hymns, the highly-anticipated sophomore solo effort from Christian music’s premier country recording artist, Guy Penrod, is slated to bow March 27 from Gaither Music Group/Servant Records.