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.
Cheron Brylski has been a political consultant for years. She has gotten more women elected to what she calls "non traditional" political office than you can shake a stick at. So when she talks politics at Happy Hour, we listen.
Cheron says without taking a breath to ponder the answer to the question, "Yes, President Trump." It could very well happen. Cheron has some professional advice for how Hillary could pull out a win. Take a listen and see if you think it's likely Hillary could pull it off.
Bryan Batt is the biggest Broadway and TV star in town, and one of the most down to earth and nicest guys you could run into in a New Orleans bar. Bryan hasn't exactly traded in the glitz and glam of Hollywood and Broadway for NOLA but he's from here and folks who go to Hazelnut, his store on Magazine Street, expect to see him - so that's where you'll often find him. In this conversation Bryan leaves the theatrical persona behind and the guy you get to talk with here on Happy Hour is the same guy you'd find if you popped in to see him at home.
Mikayla Braun is no stranger to Happy Hour but this time she returns to the show fronting a new band, The Crooked Vines.
James Keene, the CV's trombone player, sometime booking agent, and definitely the fastest talker in New Orelans music, joins Mikayla for the first time they've ever played acoustically, and it's a triumph.