Last Updated: 10 Sep, 2023 | Views: 143
Other Profession(s): Television Host, Composer
Famous For: N.Y.C. (Song)
Higher Education: Graduated
Net Worth: $45 Million Approx.
Harry Connick Jr. is a renowned American Singer born on September 11, 1967. He is the son of Anita Frances and Joseph Harry Fowler Connick Sr., a district judge, and former New Orleans politician. Connick first became famous for his music in the late 1980s when he achieved some jazz-influenced versions of classic Christmas songs with his Big Band Orchestra. His exclusive style of uniting traditional jazz sounds with modern pop has made him an icon in the music industry.
Harry Connick Jr. Career: (1989): He launched a soundtrack consisting of different standards, including "It Had to Be You", "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off," and "Don't Get around Much Anymore".
Harry Connick Jr. Released The Multi-platinum Album: (1991): In 1991, he released his third successive multi-platinum album such as Blue Light, Red Light, on which he inscribed and arranged the songs.
Harry Connick Jr. Wrote the Score for Susan Stroman's: (2001): Connick wrote the score for Susan Stroman's Broadway musical Thou Shalt Not, based on Émile Zola's novel ThérèseRaquin, in 2000; it premiered in 2001.
Harry Connick Jr Released His First Instrumental Album: (2003-2005): In July 2003, Connick released the first instrumental album in fifteen years, Other Hours Connick on Piano Volume 1. It released on Branford Marsalis' new label Marsalis Music and led to a short tour of nightclubs and small theatres.
Harry Connick Jr Greenblatt announced at the Television Critics Association: (2012-2019): On January 6, 2012, N.B.C. president Robert Greenblatt publicized at the Television Critics Association season press tour that Connick had been cast in a four-episode arc of N.B.C.'s long-running lawful drama.
Harry Connick Jr Awards:
2011 Winner Primetime Emmy | 2004 Winner Primetime Emmy | 2019 Winner Star on the Walk of Fame
Harry Connick Jr Controversy:
January 24, 2023- Kyle Sandilands has revealed he and U.S. singer Harry Connick Jr did not get along while filming Channel 7's Australian Idol.
January 19, 2023- The first time Harry Connick Jr judged Australian singers, things got a bit controversial. Harry is ready to our screens as a judge on Australian Idol.