Music has always been a universal language. You can write music, play music, and listen to music. The connection strengthens the closer you get to music, and as you approach music mastery, nothing can stop you from making it your life. For years musicians have been creating music that inspires and the heartfelt music that is motivated by sincere passion has been received passionately by the audience. Nothing screams passion as much as a musician that has to overcome tough obstacles to learn the art, master the art, and then create the art—dedicating their life to the art of music. Blind musicians have always had a special place in the music industry, as their obstacle far exceeds getting a record deal, having to work with hard-to-deal-with producers, or any obstacles that most musicians are used to facing. Blind musicians always experience much bigger disadvantages in the learning process, as they need to feel everything, and although they may look fluent in their playing, you must think back to their starting days, when they didn’t know where each piano button was or what each button sounds like. The legendary piano players we will discuss are ones that had to feel the music; the music that later on made you and I feel as well. Read on to learn about five of the most famous blind piano players.