Happy Hour

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.   

Not Titty Bingo

Not Titty Bingo
February 15, 2017

Hugo Montero is the impressario behind the art-space, hip Mexican restaurant and sophisto tequila bar Casa Borrerga on OCH in Central City New Orleans.   The reason the place is a joyful and riotous success on many levels is a direct reflection of Hugo's larger than life personality and intellect. Hugo started out as an intellectual and academic, spent time as a street artist, and has been a part of the New... Read More »

The Adam's Apple Gives It Away

The Adam's Apple Gives It Away
February 8, 2017

 An award-winning Happy Hour ...   Guy Tem is an award-winning opera singer and vocal professor who came to New Orleans from Turkey in 2007 to sing in an opera - and never left. Guy teaches the table how to tell  a man’s singing voice by looking at his neck…then "swings low" with a stirring a cappella rendition of the spiritual that nearly blows out the mics. David Lee Simmons is an award-winning journalist... Read More »

Three Musicians and an Artist Walk Into a Bar

Three Musicians and an Artist Walk Into a Bar
February 1, 2017

What do you call a jam cruise that doesn’t have a jam band, but does have a funny poignant singer-songwriter, a 5-string bass-player bandleader, a solo act, and an artist? In other words, the three musicians and an artist who walked in to Wayfare for this week’s Happy Hour.  While the panel never quite comes to an answer, they do make the case that no matter what form their work takes, New Orleans... Read More »

I'd Rather Have a Daughter In A Cathouse Than A Son In The Navy

I'd Rather Have a Daughter In A Cathouse Than A Son In The Navy
January 25, 2017

Colby Fox had the benefit of growing up in paradise: Destin, Florida. But when he flunked out of community college and joined the Navy, his ex-military Army dad wasn't terribly supportive. He told Colby, he'd rather have a daughter in a cathouse than a son in the Navy. Colby nonetheless persevered and won the old man over with his skills as a helicopter mechanic in the Arabian Gulf. When the war was... Read More »

The Wife, The Girlfriend, and The Other Girlfriend

The Wife, The Girlfriend, and The Other Girlfriend
January 18, 2017

Apparently women find men who allegedly shoot people, up to three times more attractive than peace loving guys. As a defense attorney Nandi Campbell finds herself representing these guys. Sometimes they don't have the resources to pay a first class defense attorney like Nandi and so the wife, the girlfriend and the other girlfriend come into Nandi's office to sort it out. Nandi is no stranger to the multiple partner world,... Read More »

Second Hand Strep Dick

Second Hand Strep Dick
January 11, 2017

Getting strep throat when someone you know gives a third person oral sex sounds like a magic trick. Unfortunately, for Eric Hollerbach, it wasn't. Part of Eric's stand-up comedy livelihood is his popular and revealing podcast Highway Diary. You can check out episode 160 where he and his ex-ex girlfriend reminisce over the many issues that drove them apart. Until you have a moment to do that, you can catch up... Read More »

Coffee and The Omnisexual Vandalism of One Love

Coffee and The Omnisexual Vandalism of One Love
January 4, 2017

Morgan Molthrop fell in love with Greek history at Newman (high school) and has parlayed that love into a model for his - and your -life. Morgan's hero, Alexander the Great - who is actually a Greek superhero who died in 323 BC at the age of 33 not a Russian Tsar - is the inspiration for just about everything in Morgan's current life. He's written a book about him, painted... Read More »

Keep Krishna in Christmas 2

Keep Krishna in Christmas 2
December 21, 2016

Welcome to Happy Hour's 2nd annual Krishna Christmas show with the Das Brothers - Gadadhar Pandit and Srivash - from the local Hare Krishna Temple, Wine maker and doctor James Moises brings his own wine.  Artist Raine Bedsole gets yogic. Bill from Slice explains how pizza saved his marriage. It's Christmas New Orleans Delhi style. Read More »

600 Guinea Pigs Cant Be Wrong

600 Guinea Pigs Cant Be Wrong
December 14, 2016

In Cameroon they eat Guinea Pigs. Steamed. In banana leaves. Victoria Coy knows because when she was there working with women and Pygmies she had 600 of the little bone-in breeders in her apartment. The funny thing was, not only did people eat Guinea Pigs but the Guinea Pigs ate Guinea Pigs too. Not steamed in banana leaves, just on the floor of Victoria's apartment. Back home in New Orleans, despite what... Read More »

Shattucktite Shakuju

Shattucktite Shakuju
December 7, 2016

According to acupuncturist and dispenser of love-based medicine Noell Eanes, at one point we were all running around with three eyes. Evolution dealt us a sad blow, removing our third eye which allowed us to see emotions. Now Noell keeps her third eye open, her chakras tuned up and her Qi flowing with a number of techniques and the aid of a ring made of Shattucktite. Noell can even perform acupuncture... Read More »

Her Name Was Jen

Her Name Was Jen
November 30, 2016

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... Read More »

Humidor Saves The World

Humidor Saves The World
November 16, 2016

Austin Alward aka Aus-T the Franco rap star, has a plan to save the country and the world from rampant Trumpism. It involves the inernet, a Cuban cigar store owner, and a bunch of New Orleans actors and musicians. It might be just crazy enough to work. Jazz great Mitchel Forman, and singer-songwriters Sam Doores from The Deslondes and Andrew Duhon have their own plan. It involves a searing rendition of I... Read More »

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