Guy Penrod is a recording artist who specializes in gospel, spiritual and Christian music. His recordings include the albums "Worship," "Breathe Deep," and "Hymns" and the songs “Shout to the Lord,” “Revelation Song,” “Victory in Jesus,” “You Never Let Go,” and “10,000 Reasons."
Born in Abilene, Texas, on July 2, 1963, Penrod propelled his career as the lead singer for the Gaither Vocal Band for 14 years from 1994 to 2008. He began his career in the 1980s as a studio singer for major recording artists such as Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Garth Brooks and Shania Twain. He also appeared on TNN's "Music City Tonight" before his work with the Gaither Vocal Band. He made appearances on television and radio promoting his albums on programs such as “The Mike Huckabee Show,” “Larry’s Country Diner," and “100 Huntley Street.”
In 2011, he was inducted as a former member of the Gaither Vocal Band into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and was himself inducted into the Texas Gospel Music Hall of Fame. He also won a Grammy Award in 2008 during his time with the Gaither Vocal Band for his work on the album "Lovin' Life." He additionally won the 2013 National Quartet Convention's "Soloist of the Year."