Pianist Domenico De Clario produced his name in quite a unique method: “blind” concerts. He’d set up a predicament where he’d end up being blindfolded and compelled to try out the piano for an extremely long time frame. Many of these displays got hours, and he never really had any kind of musical prompting or rehearsals before his shows. The tale of his concerts grew, until finally an professional found out about the pianist and examined it out for himself. Convinced that De Clario would make a distinctive addition to any record label, he agreed upon him to Nonplace, which released Shaker Street in the summertime of 2002.