Street Date:
July 19, 2005
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Product Overview
For more than a decade, Guy Penrod has been thrilling Homecoming audiences with his big voice and even larger stage presence. The tall Texan with the flowing salt-and-pepper hair has become one of the most popular and recognizable members of the Gaither Vocal Band and the Homecoming family. Some of Guy’s most memorable performances from years of Homecoming videos have been assembled on his first-ever solo video, The Best of Guy Penrod, including “Redeemed,” “The Haven of Rest” with the late Glen Payne, “I’m Gonna Sing” and the Gaither-penned classic, “The King Is Coming.”

  • TV broadcasts and advertising on 13 cable networks in the U.S. and Canada including PAX, Daystar, INSP and TBN
  • 2 million lifetime unit sales with The Gaither Vocal Band
  • Best performances from this popular Homecoming artist and Gaither Vocal Band member
  • Includes interview footage by Bill Gaither with Guy, his wife and 7 boys at their farm
  • About Guy Penrod
    One of the most popular artists featured on the Gaither Homecoming Video Series, Guy Penrod spent 14 years as the lead singer of the Gaither Vocal Band before launching a successful solo ministry with combined career sales now in excess of four million units.

    One of the most in-demand touring artists in Christian music and a vocal powerhouse, Penrod has made multiple media appearances including radio’s “The Mike Huckabee Show,” RFD TV’s top-rated “Larry’s Country Diner” and one of North America’s most popular Christian television programs “100 Huntley Street.” Additionally, he hosts DayStar Television’s Emmy Award-winning “Gospel Music Showcase” program.

    Penrod’s music has been heralded in the gospel as well as country formats. He has appeared on “The Grand Ole Opry” and on numerous country recordings. In 2011, he became a Texas Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductee; he was inducted alongside the Gaither Vocal Band into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2014.
    For Fans Of
    Gaither Vocal Band, Jason Crabb, Vince Gill, Alan Jackson