Shaun Terrance Johnson, an Emmy-winning singer/songwriter, seemed destined for a life of music from the very beginning. "One of my earliest memories," he says, "is of performing at state fair talent shows with my little sister. We'd sing Sonny and Cher songs a cappella when neither of us was quite tall enough to reach the microphone."
Originally from the small town of Saint Joseph Iowa, Shaun attended Saint John's University before settling in Saint Cloud, Minnesota, where he began his career with the nationally-known vocal group, Tonic Sol-fa. This quartet has been featured in Newsweek, on the Today Show and can be seen across America on PBS.
Shaun's career pursuits have extended to business speaking, home design and writing; his compositions have been an integral part of over 1,000,000 independently sold albums.
He is also involved in philanthropic activities with the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Habitat for Humanity and the American Red Cross.