Hearing is Believing: Rachel Flowers Live on ATC in HPR's Atherton Studio

Nov 11, 2016

Rachel Flowers, born weighing one pound five ounces, lost her sight not long after birth due to Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP). But by two, Rachel displayed incredible musical skills; they led to her performing and writing music on multiple instruments, attracting stars from Arturo Sandoval to Dweezil Zappa, and the documentary Hearing is Believing. Ahead of a Saturday evening show at Medici's Supper Club in Honolulu, she spent an hour in HPR's Atherton Performing Arts Studio with HPR ATC Host Dave Lawrence

Hear the radio feature:

MORE RACHEL:

Hear the complete Atherton interview/performance session, including original music from her new album Listen and covers of music from Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Sting, Boston, Frank Zappa and The Who (video coming soon):

See the trailer for Hearing is Believing, from Honolulu, Hawaii born director Lorenzo DeStefano:

See an excerpt of her Atherton Studio performance: