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.
Andrew takes on the mantle of host, and with Sarah Reagor at his side, they deliver a show that'll have you saying, "Grant who?" We've got a show that is the height of elegance and class, covering opera, film, music, and roller derby all at the fabulous Wayfare.
But before we get into all that. I need to ask you one question. What was your first album?
If it was a combo of U2's War and Mozart, you'd be like Eric Jones. And if you helped start The Bruised Boutique, the worlds largest roller derby store, you would be Eric Jones. But you're not, so stop living in a fantasy!
Eric tells us how Boston's music scene is in trouble, and also talks about how roller derby has grown into a legitimate and highly competitive sport.
But if you're first album was Green Day's Dookie you'd be like Meg Kaul. Meg is an entertainment attorney for actors, but she can't name names, sorry:( But Meg is more the just and entertainment attorney in the hottest filming location in America. She's also on the board of the New Orleans Opera. Meg wants you to know about the great opera in New Orleans and why you should be going to see these fabulous shows.
And for our music guest we've got John Michael Early and K.C. O'Rorke of the amazing Flow Tribe. They give us a taste of their new album, Alligator White, ignite old high school rivalries, and talk about the meaning of the phrase "just give me a line."
The amazing photos of the amazing show were taken by the amazing Douglas Engel.