Garry Sheppard has enjoyed a long-standing career
in the gospel music industry. His dream has always been to sing
professionally since childhood. He began singing in groups when he
was in high
During the National Quartet convention in 1983, he learned
there was a tenor position open with the Kingsmen from Asheville,
North Carolina. He was hired and sang with the Kingsmen for
ten years performing throughout the United States and Canada.
While with the Kingsmen, Garry recorded signature Kingsmen songs
such as “He’s All I Need,” “The Judgment,” “Meet Me At The Table,”
“Stand Up” and “Wish You Were Here.”
In 1993, Garry resigned his position with the Kingsmen and helped
start a church in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina. Once the church
was established, he returned to the music industry and moved to
Nashville, Tennessee. Garry sang tenor with Perfect Heart for five
years until the group disbanded.
Garry is also a songwriter. He has written with Niles Borrop, Darryl
Williams, Bruce Carroll and Dave Clark. His songs have been recorded
by the Kingsmen, Perfect Heart, the Florida Boys, Todd Nelon and
In October 2000, Garry was recognized with the Kingsmen, for their
years of ministry, by being inducted into the Gospel Music
Association (GMA) Hall of Fame.
Garry began his solo ministry in the Fall of 2000. He now travels
across the country singing primarily in churches. He has recorded a
project that features only songs he has written. Garry also has a
comedy project with original material.
Garry resides in Goodlettsville, Tennessee with his wife, Brenda and
their two children, Chloe and Camron. They are active members of
Northridge Church in White House, Tennessee.
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