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.
P H Fred used to find things funny.
That was back when he was a comedian, writing songs about killing children's toys, and off his meds. Now he's a fully functioning member of society, and about to make millions with his new app, The Freducator. No joke. It's already happening. Spend ten bucks and bump your SAT score up a bunch of points with a simple iPhone app. And it works! We've heard some wild stuff on Happy Hour over the years but this is about as wild as it gets.
Oh, and how about this? Fred's new CD. It's called Rough dumb crazy sad & blue - on which Fred replaces Lou Reed as the singer in Lou's band. This is all true and verifiable!
Stasia Cymes is just one of those people. You know 'em when you meet 'em. Happy, positive, upbeat, fun, loving life.
Stasia left a life of rock'n'roll and kids (not her own) behind in Seattle to move to New Orleans and turn the town upside down. Having turned the town upside down, Stasia's company, Clear The Clutter, puts it away neatly in boxes.
Mikayla makes a welcome return to Happy Hour with her ukulele. If you can't imagine how someone sweet and diminutive can rip the roof of the joint with nothing but a voice and a ukulele, wait till you hear this.
Andrew takes us out with a reminder about where we're all headed.
In case you think it's just all fun and games all the time at Happy Hour, this is what we had to look at for 60 minutes during this show.