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.
If, like celebrated psychic Cari Roy, you could see the future exactly as it is going to turn out, would you feel an obligation to do something to change it? Or do you believe it's going to turn out how it's going to turn out and there's nothing you can do to alter it? Welcome to the life of a psychic. So, here's the question we all want to know: is there going to be a President Trump? Hear what Cari has to say on that subject, and others - for example, where you're going after death.
If you took all the vowels out of your name, what would you call yourself? As long as it's not CRWNS, that's already taken. Max Chung (or Mx Chng if you prefer) is a philosophy student at Tulane who has very wisely got a backup career to philosophy: Electronic Dance Music. Under the name CRWNS Max is a massively popular EDM exponent with huge audiences online and in the real world.
Some of those audiences are courtesy of Addie Olsen, the youngest big-shot in the music biz around here. Addie is the Festival Director at BUKU as well as the overall big deal on the Gulf Coast for live music giant AEG. Addie is responsible for 100 concerts a year, most of them household name artists.
Andrew Duhon is back on the show after a 5 week tour that includes playing and cruising with the likes of Lucinda Williams, John Prine and Steve Earle. Combining the themes of cruising and life after death, Andrew's new song is a meditation on the river of life known as the Mississippi.