Plair is a family-based self-contained musical production,
with years of writing and performing experience that is
unique to the world of contemporary music. The group is led
by B.S. Plair, a former public school music instructor who
spent more than 30 years in teaching and performing. He
later added his two sons to the group. Bobby Jr. began
performing with his dad at the age of 10 playing trumpet,
and son Victor joined the group at about age 9 playing
trombone. Plair has performed all over the southeast playing
clubs and colleges, opening for such artists as Lionel
Richie/Commodores, Mother's Finest, Kool and the Gang and
The Ellington Orchestra. With the addition of vocalist Wade
Witherspoon they began collaborating on original songs while
continuing to play live dates and perform in church.

In 1997 Plair appeared in the TV movie "My Stepson, My
Lover", where they played a blues band. The movie aired on
the USA Cable Network in June 1997 and still airs
periodically. They also played members of Little Richard's
band in the CBS miniseries "Shake Rattle and Roll".