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.
Justin McKee doesn't let his career as a Michael Kors model get in the way of his literary pursuits.
Actually, Justin wasn't a Michael Kors model for as long as he was a music conservatory student specializing in jazz vocals. These days Justin is a literary editor and publisher of a magazine called The Raffish. If you're thinking it's a little unfair that one guy could have so many talents, wait till you see how good looking he is.
Alicia Reynaud knows a thing or two about making guys look good. Including every single one of the guys on The Saints football team. Alicia organized for them all to get pedicures. The whole team. And get this - the pedicures were a gift from Coach Sean Payton as thanks for the team winning four games in a row. The reason Alicia is the lucky provider of Saints' footcare is she is the creator of a beauty care and spa services app called Spafoo.
Andrew Duhon could have used Spafoo earlier today when he got his hair cut at Parker Barber. It's the same barber shop Andrew is launching Friendsgiving, the night before Thanksgiving where you can enjoy Burmese food and know your dollars are going to a good cause - busing Thai kids to school. Or something. Anyway, there's going to be plenty of food and booze and great music.
Janie Lynne Vessels started putting a band together when she was in elementary school. Her original band names were The Salteens, Da Babies, and Starfling. Things have moved along a little since then and now Jamie has a new record that's almost out. It's going to be Called Storm Comin' after one of her most popular recent songs. Jamie brings the house down at Wayfare playing the song live.