SundayArts is Now NYC-ARTS
Harry Connick, Jr.
Posted: April 11th, 2011

Paula Zahn interviews the multi-talented musician, singer, composer, actor, and philanthropist, Harry Connick Jr., whose new show, In Concert on Broadway, aired on Great Performances in March.

  • Connie

    I’ve always loved Harry Connick Jr.’s music, acting and all the talent he has to offer!! He’s on my bucket list that’s for sure!! Just hope he I get a chance to see him in concert someday!! Great interview!!

  • Kelly

    I love Harry! Wow, he looks great!

  • Kelly

    He can tap too? He never ceases to amaze me. Dreamy…

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  • Cheryl

    I believe he is a perfect man. I’ve seen him in person 5 times he is so talented and a genuine nice guy very talented and very funny . Can’t stop loving that man.

  • dawn

    Harry is the best, he does it all, singing, danceing, helps people, did anyone see what he did for the people in new orleans when they had all the damage done, he is tops in my book, does anyone no where i can send him a private email, it is important, my Dad is very very sick with Cancer I wanted to speak with him concerning this, i pray someone gets back to me before it’s to late, so if u can send me an email address so i can email him about the details. thanks so much. Dawn

  • Tones

    If all men can take a leaf out of Harry’s style, we’d live more happily. I saw Harry during the Star Turtle Tour and he just went way & beyond what I expected. Extremely gifted & talented entertainer.

  • Tabitha

    Connie, if you ever get the chance to see him, GO! He is AMAZING in concert. He always has an awesome band, he is SUPER funny and if you are lucky he might even shake his groove thang a little while he is on stage! I’ve seen him 7 times and anytime he comes close to Toledo (or through Toledo as he sometimes does) I go to see him. SUCH a delight. I love Harry:)

  • Beverly

    I hope he comes back to Detroit soon. I’ve seen him everytime he’s been here…playing with the Marsalis’s or solo. He’s a tremendous talent and his personal style is just intoxicating. I love listening to him talk, still has that New Orleans lilt to his voice. He was one of the reason I visited New Orleans for the 1st time in 2004. I’ve been back every year since then…love the place and the music and the culture of that great city.

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