Happy Hour

HAPPY HOUR is a cocktail-fueled 60 minutes of random conversation with folks who have nothing in common, other than being New Orleanians in a bar. Featuring extraordinary New Orleans musicians playing live, host Grant Morris and sidekick deluxe Andrew Duhon.   

I've Been Down All The Aisles

I've Been Down All The Aisles
July 17, 2015

Abby Mannix comes from a tough family. Her uncle wrote for Seinfeld, including "The Opposite" episode where George ends up getting his job with The Yankees, but he the family still regarded him as a failure. And Laurie Cohen was a member of a Suicide Gang (not Isis) and was a freakin' bitch but that's another story. Anyway, Abby has some of the family funny genes and puts them to good... Read More »

Sweet Heat!

Sweet Heat!
July 10, 2015

Since Grant's busy working on the Donald Trump presidential campaign, we've got our old friend and Voodoo mastermind, Sig, to fill in for this week's Happy Hour. But Sig isn't completely amongst strangers, he's good friends with guest Anna Whitlow.  But Anna's not just friends with Sig, she's also the PR wunderkind behind Be Nimble Public Relations. Anna's so good that she found a new client right before the show started.... Read More »

Dear Luke

Dear Luke
July 2, 2015

Not far into this conversation Sophie Lucido Johnson fears she may already have said too much about her polyamorous relationship with Ned, Luke, and Brian. Trying to head off a possible disaster Sophie texts Luke. That doesn't go well. Then Ned calls in. Among other revelations in this show are Sophie's unique take on breast size, the difference between kissing a man's lips and a woman's lips, what it's like for women... Read More »

Hacking Up Children and Other Tales from The Farmers Market

Hacking Up Children and Other Tales from The Farmers Market
June 26, 2015

Andy King doesn't like to describe his job as "hacking up children." As an orthopedic surgeon and the (pardon the pun) head of the spine unit at Children's Hospital in New Orleans, Andy is good naturedly circumspect about how he describes using mechanical instruments on kids' backs. As a New Zealander, he's a lot less sensitive to his description of Australians. Bridget Kelly is a 7th generation New Orleanian whose son, August,... Read More »

Spark About You

Spark About You
June 19, 2015

Nobody could accuse Andrew Duhon of being over sentimental. Andrew frequently unveils new songs he's writing on Happy Hour and they more often than not fall into categories of various shades of "dark." So when Andrew announces he's working on a love song, "and it goes likes this..."   there's a certain amount of fascination about what's going on in his life that's brought about this shift. It's a beautiful song... Read More »

Online Dating For Sperm

Online Dating For Sperm
June 12, 2015

If you're a hooker visiting New Orleans, things go wrong, and you help, Julie Tizzard is the one-call-that's-all attorney you're looking for. She's also one-call-that's-all at the sperm bank where she's a cheap date: knocked up on the first turkey basting! You know it's a good party when somebody spills a drink over the best-dressed person in the room. John Michael Early and Mario Palmisano from Flowtribe stop by after their respective... Read More »

Live From Dar es Salaam

Live From Dar es Salaam
June 5, 2015

With a Cajun French name like Sophie Lafayette, you might be surprised that not only is Sophie not French, or Cajun, she lives in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. What is even more intriguing is that Sophie is an avid New Orleans lover and regular Happy Hour listener, but has never been to New Orleans. On this show we talk to Sophie in Dar es Salaam and with the power vested... Read More »

Hair of The Cat

Hair of The Cat
May 29, 2015

By the end of this show you'll be able to say "Hi, how are you?" in Swahili, French, and Manadarin. This frst ever tri-lingual Happy Hour is not recommended listening if you are easily intimidated by the awesome achievements and amazing life experiences of others. If, however, you find sharing of diverse tales over cocktails enlightening and you love the discovery that we have more in common than you might... Read More »

Check With The Hotel

Check With The Hotel
May 22, 2015

We all write ourselves reminders. On a scrap of paper, on our phone, some of us write on our hands. Professor T R Johnson is the director of the Writing Program at Tulane University. It's mildly surprising to find out at the beginning of this conversation that TR writes on his hand. If you can stick it out till the end of this show when TR's phone alerts him of his... Read More »

Sock Buns Got Me Through Elementary School

Sock Buns Got Me Through Elementary School
May 15, 2015

Sheba Turk steps our from in front of the camera to sit behind a microphone and play guitar like Adele. Sheba has always wanted to play guitar and today's the day her dream comes true. With assistance from Stephen Turner and Jonathan Pretus from The Breton Sound, Sheba belts our her favorite Adele song. And talks about eating dinner for breakfast, being on air at WWLTV for 5 hours straight, and... Read More »

Alcoholic Eduflation

Alcoholic Eduflation
May 7, 2015

In light of the writing in the sky over Jazz Fest, meet the man behind it. Frank Scurlock is a member of one of New Orleans’ first families. Like the Marsallises – the first family of music – and the Brennans – the first family of restaurants – the Scurlocks are New Orleans first family of fun. Frank's father, John, invented the Space Walk, perhaps better known as the bouncy castle.... Read More »

Nepal Nipples & The Death Of The Internet

Nepal Nipples & The Death Of The Internet
April 30, 2015

Photographer Marc Pagani gets choppered out of Mt Everest.  Burlesque performer Cherry Brown is a part-time pantie wrangler.  Ukulelist (yes! it's a word!) Debbie Davis advises on correct levels of marijuana intake (where legal only). Eric Heigle plans an assault on a Hollywod princess. Read More »

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