Composer Christopher Bono originally planned to be always a baseball participant, and was even drafted from the Seattle Mariners and signed to the University or college of SC, before major accidental injuries ended that profession in his junior 12 months of university. While he was recuperating, Bono found out his musical skill and began composing songs with an classical guitar. Playing night clubs and open up mics resulted in recording his initial EP, Get away, and full-length albums, Of Monkey and Guy, and Ten Senators as well as the Rebel Boy. Bono also shaped the experimental chamber rock and roll outfit Ghost Against Ghost, which combined psychedelia, ambient, digital, and modern instrumental designs with alternative rock and roll. In 2012, Bono released Invocations, an record that showed advancements in traditional chamber music and ensemble structure.