Born in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Johnny began playing the mandolin at age six. Buying his first guitar several years later. "One of my greatest childhood memories is going to the Grand Ole Opry," says St. Clair. "During visits to Nashville, I would go to Ernest Tubb's record store and watch the live performances & knew that was what I wanted to do for a living."
Johnny has been honored to perform as special guest of Porter Waggoner, open for roots vocalist Keith Whitley and Grand Ole Opry and "Hall of Famer," Little Jimmy Dickens.
Over the years has had the pleasure of working with many talented performers & made lots of life long friendships. He has played in nightclubs and honky-tonks from Florida to Maryland, Texas to
Virginia. After years on the road St. Clair returned to his home in Williamsburg, VA.
"Hopefully someone will hear a song or two that they can relate to," he says. "That connection is what I strive for and what country music has stood for since the beginning."