Plair

Plair FAQs

Q. What style of music do you play?

A.  Variety-R&B, Beach, Jazz, Motown. Set list is catered to client

Q. How many pieces are typically in the band & what instruments are they?

A.  (5-7) -Keyboards, Bass, Drums, Trumpet, Sax, sometimes guitar, vocals

Q. Do you play in other configurations?

A.  Sometimes we add an extra horn player

Q. Why did you become a professional musician/the band start playing together professionally?

A. I (Bobby Plair) was raised in a musical family and went on the road in the fourth grade playing concerts and private functions. 

Q. Where are you located?

A.  Rock Hill SC

Q. Do you travel?

A.  Yes

Q. Why should an event professional book your band?

A.  The band has a history of satisfied clients for many years and has proven it’s ability to give great performances in any setting, from private functions to festivals to concerts to wedding receptions the band delivers. Having played on any size stage large and small, from concerts sharing the stage with the Commodores featuring Lionel Richie, Kool and the Gang, to the Ellington Orchestra, to small venues the group has the experience and and professionalism to satisfy any client. 

Q. Do you have the capability of providing your own sound & lights?

A.  Yes

Plair Bio

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”.

 

Hire Plair for your next event by calling us at (704)568-1968.

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