Johnny Mac Powell (born December 25, 1972), originally from Montgomery, Alabama, is an
American singer-songwriter and producer who formed the Christian rock band Third Day with
guitarist Mark Lee. Powell won the 2001 Gospel Music Association award for "Male Vocalist of the
Year". After his family moved from Alabama to Georgia, Powell attended McEachern High School
in Powder Springs, Georgia, where he met Lee. This experience resulted in a collaboration when
he began writing songs about his faith, formed Third Day. Powell lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his
wife Aimee and their three children Scout, Cash, and Camie Love.