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.   

Second Hand Strep Dick January 11, 2017

Getting strep throat when someone you know gives a third person oral sex sounds like a magic trick. Unfortunately, for Eric Hollerbach, it wasn't.

Grant Morris, Eric Hollerbach, Rev Goat Carson, Andrew Duhon

Part of Eric's stand-up comedy livelihood is his popular and revealing podcast Highway Diary. You can check out episode 160 where he and his ex-ex girlfriend reminisce over the many issues that drove them apart. Until you have a moment to do that, you can catch up on the decidedly non magic pathology of passing diseases around the world of New Orleans entertainment.

Grant Morris, Eric Hollerbach, Rev Goat Carson

Rev Goat Carson is a whole other kind of entertainer. Claiming to have Alzheimer's, he manages to pull off a dazzling rap that he performed with Dr. John when he was writing songs with him - which earned him a Grammy. Goat also recounts his adventures with a panoply of luminaries from Bob Dylan to Kinky Friedman, and recounts his run for President with Joe Walsh from The Eagles as his running mate. 

In a range of amazing tales, nothing is quite as stupendous as the movie Goat wrote and directed in the 80's starring the great-grandfather of rap, Melle Mel, Step Off. The sci-fi thriller foretells the destruction of the Twin Towers in Manhattan, and is only now seeing the light of day with performances in New Orleans

Andrew Duhon, Zach Meredith, Spencer Darr, Tyler Scurlock

Sharks Teeth is a band that you might not immediately peg as New Orleanian. Their many recordings are electronic and synth-laden but as their performance on Happy Hour proves they are equally at home with acoustic guitars and a snare drum with a rag over it. Tyler Scurlock, Zach Meredith and Spencer Darr turn in an impressive two-song set before making a case for dropping out of school and bringing back the audio cassette.

Eric Hollerbach, Andrew Duhon

Andrew Duhon returns from Canada with a new song about The soul of the Mississippi.

Photos at Wayfare by Dionne Grayson.

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