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.   

Sexiled to the Orpheum

Sexiled to the Orpheum
May 5, 2016

Grant is out this week, so a slightly forgetful Andrew is taking helm of the show to finally bring us a show that’s about art, culture, and musicals written in sexile. But Andrew’s not alone in tackling these weighty subjects; he brought his friend and amazing musician Micah McKee. Micah is a true renaissance man; he is a lover of classic film, Shakespeare, and hopes to one-day write songs for Taylor... Read More »

Follow Your Heart Or You're Fuc*ed

Follow Your Heart Or You're Fuc*ed
April 27, 2016

Photographer Leon Morris has been coming to Jazz Fest from Australia for 22 years. In that time he's met a bunch of people and taken a bunch of photos. He's assembled a few hundred of his best shots into a coffee table book that's a homage to New Orleans and he's come up with an imaginative title for it - Homage: New Orleans. Leon's book starts with words of encouragement from Dr.... Read More »

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scurlock

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scurlock
April 20, 2016

Cancel your subscription to Match.com, OK Cupid, Tinder, and anything else you're using to look for love. Instead just get yourself booked as a guest on Happy Hour. Show Producer Graham daPonte will hook you up with your perfect mate and Grant and Andrew will take care of all the arrangements. Just ask Mr and Mrs Frank Scurlock. 60 minutes before they decided to get married and sail around the world... Read More »

The C Word

The C Word
April 13, 2016

Boyfriend is the creator of a whole new entertainment genre she calls Rap Cabaret. If she'd taken her stripper style show to Finland and not Austin and Bumf#$%k Mississippi she might not have gotten banned from performing because of the lewd nature of her show, nor called the C-word. On this podcast we get to hear the C-word a lot. But because of strict rules about writing naughty words that show... Read More »

It's All Fiction To Begin With

It's All Fiction To Begin With
April 7, 2016

Author, virtual analyst, and international snappy dresser Timothy Alan Weeks claims he had nothing to do writing the novel The Beauty Fools, a manuscript he claims is as brilliant and as New Orleans-centric as Confederacy of Dunces. Senor Weeks claims he only edited the contents of a memory stick that was left on his doorstep by an anonymous resident of a non-existent place in England called "All Souls." Whether or... Read More »

Fine Dining In The Front Seat

Fine Dining In The Front Seat
March 31, 2016

In the first moments of this Happy Hour Jim McCormick demonstrates the inner workings of the mind of a song writer.  Happy Hour tech director Chris Kehoe went out to his car to get some equipment, Grant read the intro to the show about Wayfare putting "fine dining into a sandwich" and Jim immediately came up with a song title, "Fine dining In the Front Seat." That's how you write a... Read More »

In With The Old, In With The New

In With The Old, In With The New
March 23, 2016

On this weeks Happy Hour, we have someone old, someone new, and someone borrowed (sorry no one's blue). We have Paul Sanchez of Cowboy Mouth, filling in for host this week to explain  why New Orleans is always evolving but manages to stay the same.  Paul is joined by Sarah Waggener, who moved to New Orleans last year. By day, Sarah teaches Ashtanga Yoga, but by night she flies high above... Read More »

The Dark Web Blues

The Dark Web Blues
March 10, 2016

You probably already know that Alex McMurray is one of New Orleans' finest songwriters. You may not know that he's also a business magnate with a vast empire and team of employees engaged in global business including building a massive dam that it is almost complete and will be known as The Alex McMurray Dam, the main task of which will be to power The Dark Web. In his spare time Alex... Read More »

Tomorrowland Canceled Today

Tomorrowland Canceled Today
March 3, 2016

President Trump? If, like celebrated psychic Cari Roy, you could see the future exactly as it is going to turn out, would you feel an obligation to do something to change it? Or do you believe it's going to turn out how it's going to turn out and there's nothing you can do to alter it? Welcome to the life of a psychic. So, here's the question we all want to know:... Read More »

Metaphorical Mutilation

Metaphorical Mutilation
February 25, 2016

If you went to De La Salle High School and you walk into Barcadia, you might not recognize the boss man, Miles Tully. That's because Miles had his top and bottom jaw broken, his face totally reconstructed and got a new nose. And health insurance paid for the whole thing. When he recovered he was fabulously handsome, thin, and, for the first time in his 21 year old life, able to eat... Read More »

Satan and The Gift of Happiness

Satan and The Gift of Happiness
February 4, 2016

If you can commit 60 minutes to listen to this Happy Hour all the way through, your life will be forever changed. This is not some sort of idle claim, or a pitch for money, or a time-share condo. It's spiritual enlightenment. The real deal. Just like you could spend your entire life searching for, devoting every waking prayer and meditation. Forget all that. This is science, bro! Or not.   Andrew... Read More »

Little Wheel Keep On Turnin'

Little Wheel Keep On Turnin'
January 27, 2016

Creedence Clearwater Revival and Tina Turner would be proud of Galen Huckins, skipper of The Channel Princess, a plucky little river boat that Galen dredged off the bottom of the Willamette River way up in Portland and piloted all the way down the Mississippi River to the Industrial Canal in New Orleans where it, and Galen, now reside. Galen discovered the easy way that the song is right, "People on the... Read More »

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