It’s New Orleans: Happy Hour

Hosted ByGrant Morris & Andrew Duhon

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.

Dickbeer – Happy Hour – It’s New Orleans

Ann Glaviano’s novella is about be published. It’s called Dickbeer. It’s about a guy. Called Dickbeer. If we told you how he got the name it would ruin the surprise. Chances are (a) you won’t guess it, (b) it’s even weirder than you think, and (c) see if you can design the movie poster.

ann glaviano, andrew duhon

In her non-Dickbeer hours Ann is the grant writer for the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, which is an orchestra and philharmonic (whatever that actually means) but its only relation to Louisiana is that it plays in New Orleans. Somehow, despite the lack of truth in advertising in the title, Ann manages to convince grant givers and evaluators that the orchestra is worth supporting for reasons that will possibly come clear to you in the course of this conversation.

grant morris, p h fred

P H Fred survived his brush with a tumor in his head the size of a baseball card and is healthy enough to be putting out a new Best Of record called You Are Unique In All The World and a new book of illustrated lyrics called I am My Own Mixtape.

As the inventor of the ACT tutor app The Freducator, P H proves his superior math-problem-solving ability by explaining how you can increase your odds of turning a goat into a car. 

The problem of goats and cars is posed by Andrew Duhon by way of a puzzle that was too complicated to work into a song lyric. However, the puzzles that made it into Andrew’s new song assure him of a country music hit. Remember when this becomes a country anthem – after one of the superstars of country covers it – you heard it here first. For once, we’re not kidding by the way.

happy hour dickbber

Photos taken at Wayfare by Michael Winters.