Mitch Hutchinson, Steven Peavis and Brett Domino originally met on an internet forum in 2006, through which they attempted to organize a Scalextric convention in Leeds. The convention itself was a disaster, as only three people for it turned up (two of which were Mitch and Steven; the other of which was Brett). However, the three of them bonded over slot cars and Wagon Wheels, and they eventually discovered their shared love of the electronic keyboard. However, this version of biography is probably just a joke. Real musicians that pretend to be the Brett Domino Trio are Rob J Madin (Brett), Ste Anderson (Steven) and Michael Denny (Mitch) and they also play in various other bands. In the summer of 2008, Brett was asked to play a gig in Soho. As he daren't do the gig by himself, he decided to recruit the help of Mitch and Steven, and together they formed a three-piece keyboard-based covers band, which they imaginatively named, The Brett Domino Trio. Since then, the Trio have played gigs all over the UK, and have gained global acclaim for their unique version of Michael Jackson's hit song, 'Beat It.' They have been featured on BBC Radio 1's The Chris Moyles Show, Current TV, Channel Bee, ITV's Britain's Got Talent, and have even released a Christmas single.