From his start as a 5-year-old jazz prodigy in New Orleans, Harry Connick, Jr. has excelled in every aspect of the entertainment world. To date, he has released 29 albums, won three Grammy Awards and two Emmy Awards, and garnered sales of 28 million. He has appeared in numerous films ("Little Man Tate," "Copycat," "Hope Floats," "Memphis Belle," "Independence Day, "Dolphin Tale"), and has a recurring role on TV’s "Will & Grace," and served as a judge on “American Idol” along with Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban for Seasons XIII and XIV. His Broadway career includes Tony Award nominations as both composer/lyricist for the musical "Thou Shalt Not" and as the lead in the Tony Award-winning revival of "The Pajama Game." He also starred in the Broadway revival of "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" and - on the 20th anniversary of his first Broadway concerts at the Lunt-Fontaine Theatre - brought his live show for an extended residency at the Neil Simon Theatre.
Wed., Feb. 11, 2015