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.
Tommy Boudreaux spends a good part of his day giving spiritual and emotional support to the folks' whose loved one's remains he's cleaning off the walls after they were murdered or blew their brains out with a handgun.
Today after work at Clean Scene, Tommy goes to have a quiet reflective drink, and what does he find? A bunch of folks at Wayfare with a thousand questions about blood, brains, the smell of death, and a couple of drinks later he's flashing back to when he was the drum major in the O Perry Walker band and his flirtation with acting in porno films.
Debbie Davis is up for producing a porno movie for Tommy to star in. Right now Debbie has some time on her hands and plenty of good connections for porno production courtesy of her vast house music family network that stretches around the world. It all started October 12th 1989, the night Debbie left her kid home with grandma in Baton Rouge, stepped into a club in New Orleans, swallowed her first tab of ecstasy, and watched her life change in a flash. Things have never been the same since. Neither has house music or Ibiza, Spain.
John Culbreth has the music for the porn movie ready to go. John's band, Naughty Professor, has a new album, Out on a Limb, that takes the band's brand of sophisto-funk to a new level. If you ever need to revive anybody with CPR and they can wait for a few seconds for you to put on a soundtrack, have a song off of this album ready to play. It could save a life.
Andrew Duhon is ready to be Tommy Boudreaux's intern, cleaning up cleaning up human leftovers with his Mr Clean Magic Eraser, but before he puts on the latex gloves he tries out a beautiful new song about the positive effects of horticulture on the human heart.