Idiopathic Creole Connective Tissue – Happy Hour – It’s New Orleans
Kimberly Kaye woke up at 3AM one morning and knew she was dying. She was right.
Months later, after spending weeks in a hyperbaric chamber in New Orleans and months at the Cleveland Clinic, Kimberly finally found out she had something exotic called EDS, a rare, genetic, connective tissue disorder. Today Kimberly is kicking ass as an actress, writer, Assistant Editor of The Jiu Jitsu Times, Jiu Jitsu exponent, and singer in the band Loose Cattle.
Legion Dubois is the Dr John of hip hop. He’s a Creole rapper who buried the street fighting version of himself when he saw the error of his ways and was reborn as a spiritually motivated musician with a message of peace, love, and Voodoo. Legion sings two songs on this Happy Hour – Friends on The Other Side, and Adrenaline Rush. Legion has a message and a perspective as unique as his name. If you want to hear where Hip Hop might be headed, you definitely want to check this out.
Isaac MacDonald came to New Orleans for a job and stayed for the egg rolls and grilled cheese sandwiches on Broad Street. If you’ve ever wondered what the heck a “business comsultant” actually does, Isaac’s conversation with Legion about what Legion wants out of life will set you straight. It’s surprisingly impressive.