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.
Andrew Duhon is back from the road!
And he's back with a new song that's he's just finished writing with Anders Osborne, called One Connection. It's about what happens when you quit drinking and you have to find a way to bond with people over something other than a drink. A fitting return to Happy Hour!
Jonathan Pretus was last on Happy Hour when he and his brother Brian were in the same band. The Breton Sound is still Jonathan's band and Brian has gone off to do his own thing. The Breton Sound rocks like rock ought to be rocked, and Jonathan has the kind of rock voice that stars are made of. If you haven't heard The Breton Sound before, remember you heard it here first.
If you've thought about dressing as a pirate to get out of jury duty, Wendy Laker has some advice for you.
Wendy is a court reporter, and the last last guy she saw in court wearing a pirate outfit was not only picked for the jury, he asked Wendy out on a date. She didn't go. But if she had she could have told the pirate how she's not only a court reporter, she's also a welder, a metal artist, and the founder of both the Palmer Park Art Market and her new venture, Art In The Bend.
Shaun Walker grew up in a NOLA showbiz family. His dad is the King of Oldies, Bob Walker, and his brother is the Scott Walker who was on channel 6 not the governor of Wisconsin, even though President Trump apparently can't tell them apart. Shaun came to terms with being the Cooper Manning of the Walker family and is happy being a creative genius behind the scenes doing great work for good people.