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.
Singer songwriter Justin Edward had dated and lived with Jen for 6 years before the night he came home to find she'd totally trashed his apartment. The upside to his new existence is he has a whole bunch of what Andrew Duhon calls "Sad bastard heartbreak songs," but the downside is getting back on the dating scene. Justin's been everywhere from home alone to the swingers scene.
Katy Dupre has the good sense to date a chef from no less a restaurant than Cochon. Katy spends her days analyzing data about the city of New Orleans and is an expert on political research. She explains why Donald Trump ended up being our President and 6 months from now she's coming back on Happy Hour to explain how she's changing the city to get us out of this predicament. And she's not kidding.
If you like to go out, you need to know Michael Underwood. And if you don't know him personally, download his app, Scenehound. It tells you where to go to find what you're looking for on any given evening - from a quiet place to get a drink to a rowdy fun hang. Michael is on the verge of crossing over from being a big deal in the tech world to being a big deal in the real world.
Andrew Duhon tries out the third draft of a new song and hits it out of the park. No Man's Land is a beautiful place. You're going to love it.