Episode 29

From Hawaii to New York: Ukulele Player Rachel Haymer

Published on: 1st April, 2021

Growing up in Hawaii and bringing her talents to New York, Rachel Haymer has worked hard for her coveted New York City subway permit. One of a few, Rachel holds this lifetime permit to play ukulele in places such as Grand Central Station. She discusses her experience getting to play in these public places and to be seen by hundreds of people every day. Beyond ukulele, Rachel has developed her skills in different areas of music and education, too.

Find more about Rachel at:


Check out more about TMV Podcast at www.themusiciansventure.com, @themusiciansventure on Facebook and Instagram, and @MusicianVenture on Twitter.

Next Episode All Episodes Previous Episode
Email optin image
Here is your latest TMV episode!

Listen for free

Show artwork for The Musician's Venture

About the Podcast

The Musician's Venture
Lessons learned via backstories
TMV is a podcast focused on lessons learned via the musician’s backstory, as well as building successful careers in the business. Host Nick O’Brien interviews artists/industry experts, and WMV Founder Allison Emm occasionally contributes – offering insights based on events Wisconsin Music Ventures has produced. This podcast is available on iTunes, Spotify, and most other listening platforms. Theme music was composed and performed by WMV member musician Mike Neumeyer.

Contact WMV with guest and/or topic suggestions. All relevant ideas will be considered.
Support This Show