Grammy-nominated music star Jamey Johnson will bring his country act to the main stage at Toad Suck Daze this year. Johnson will be joined by popular soul group En Vogue, country recording artists Randy Houser and Drake White, Christian pop singers Jonny Diaz and Todd Agnew.
Johnson is the latest in top-flight acts who have made their way to the Toad Suck stage. In addition to his own music, Johnson is a songwriter, who has penned songs for Trace Adkins, George Strait, James Otto and Jessie James.
Johnson’s most recent album, "The Guitar Song," reached No. 1 on the U.S. Country chart and has been certified gold. That was a follow-up to his platinum album "That Lonesome Song," which featured the hits "In Color" and "High Cost Of Living." Johnson’s other hits include "The Dollar," "My Way To You," "Playing The Part," and "Heartache."
En Vogue enjoyed its most success in the mid-1990s where they won more MTV Video Music Awards than any other female group in history. The group’s album "Funky Divas" went triple platinum and featured the hits "Free Your Mind," "My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It)" and "Giving Him Something He Can Feel." They are also widely known for their collaboration with rap group Salt-N-Pepa on "Whatta Man."
The group in different forms have appeared in several movies and television shows including "A Different World" and "Batman Forever." Three of the original members remain with the group.
Randy Houser is another country star who has written songs for his musical cohorts. Although he is best known for singing "Boots On" and "Anything Goes," he also co-wrote the hits "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk" for Trace Adkins and "Back That Thing Up" for Justin Moore.
Houser’s most recent album is "They Call Me Cadillac," and he has been nominated for five Country Music Association Awards.
Drake White is a singer and songwriter residing in Nashville, Tenn. The Alabama native ad-libs throughout a show, frequently involving the audience. He credits many country, blues, rock, freestyle and bluegrass influences that forms his musical sound that is unique in its own way.
Jonny Diaz has a song style that can be compared to Jason Mraz and John Mayer. Recording for the past nine years, Diaz released his major label album "More Beautiful You" in 2009, which featured the hit title track. He has appeared as an opening act for Steven Curtis Chapman and MercyMe among others.
Todd Agnew, who has been recording since 1997, is widely known for his version of "Amazing Grace" called "Grace Like Rain." Agnew has released eight albums, the most recent being "How To Be Loved" in 2012.
5 p.m. Dueling Pianos from Kings of Conway
6:15 p.m. SubUrban Legend
7:30 p.m.Kristen Nicole
9 p.m. En Vogue
11:30 a.m.Cobb Brothers Band
1 p.m. Luke Williams
2:30 p.m. Gwendlyn Kay
4 p.m. Ryan Couron
5:30 p.m. Indian Rodeo
7 p.m. Drake White
8:15 p.m.Randy Houser
9:30 p.m.Jamey Johnson
2:30 p.m.Jonny Diaz
4 p.m.Todd Agnew