Penny Ford (born June 11, 1964, Cincinnati, Ohio) is an American singer. Also known as 'Pennye Ford', she is the daughter of veteran record company executive and producer Gene Redd, Sr., and evangelist/pastor Carolyn Ford-Griffith (now deceased). She is also the younger half-sister of the late singer Sharon Redd. Following a stint as a GAP Band backing vocalist, she released an album entitled Pennye in 1984, and two singles from the album made the UK Singles Chart; "Change Your Wicked Ways", which reached #76, and "Dangerous", which reached #43.

In 1993, she released another album, Penny Ford, and achieved another UK Top 50 hit with her cover of the 1972 Aretha Franklin song, "Daydreaming" (which reached #43).

Ford became friends with fellow vocalist Chaka Khan, while singing background vocals on "Our Day Will Come", a duet with Edwin Starr. She was also a lead singer with the German electronic dance band Snap!, on their 1990 number one hit, "The Power". Ford also sang the lead vocal on the Snap! songs "Oops Up" and "Mary Had a Little Boy".

In 2003, Ford appeared on an episode of the U.S. television program Judge Mathis suing a producer/boyfriend. One of her witnesses was Chaka Khan; though Khan did not appear, she spoke to the judge via telephone.