Due to his cardiac operation, gospel musician Guy Penrod had to postpone four of his solo performances.
Guy Penrod, a 57-year-old gospel musician, experienced chest trouble in August 2012. The musician had to undergo a cardiac stent treatment after the event in order to properly recover.
When word of Penrod’s condition swiftly spread, it led to confusion among his followers who believed he had had a heart attack when in fact he had simply been experiencing chest pain.
In June 2020, a perplexed admirer asked on Twitter if the rumors about Penrod’s heart attack were true, noting Gaither Music (of which Penrod is a member).
There is no confirmed information or news that the singer has ever experienced a heart attack. As a result, the story is untrue in every way.
Additionally, on August 21, 2012, a message from Gaither Music’s official Facebook account mentioned that Penrod had undergone a normal heart treatment that week and was doing well.
The statement also declared that the singer’s four solo concerts had been postponed and that the new dates for the concerts will be revealed as soon as the schedule adjustments were complete.
The complete statement said:
In February 2021, Penrod is still in good health and hasn’t experienced any chest pain or heart symptoms.
He married Angie Clark, whom he met while attending Liberty University, and the two of them have eight children between them as well as three grandchildren.
The gospel musician, whose father was a minister, was raised in Texas before relocating to New Mexico. He pursued vocal performance and music studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
In addition, he traveled and performed on the weekends as an ambassador for the university.
As a result, by the time his time at the university was over, he had gained significant experience in both singing and ministry in addition to his Bachelor’s degree.
After that, Penrod started working as a music instructor at an Atlanta, Georgia, Christian school. Later, in 1994, he eventually joined the Gaither Vocal Band after quickly making the transition from there to becoming a prominent studio session vocalist.
He rose to prominence among the group as the band’s lead singer after that. The singer is still connected to the group today.
His major songs with the Gaither Vocal Band include “Reunion,” “God Is Good,” “The Best of the GVB,” “Christmas Gaither Vocal Band Style,” “Southern Classics, Vol. 2,” “Loving God & Loving Each Other,” “Southern Classics, Vol.