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Harry Connick, Jr. is and American singer, pianist and actor that has been performing in front of audiences since he was 10 years old. He was signed by Columbia Records and released his first self-titled record, which was mainly an instrumental album and then expanded on his second album wh... More

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Harry Connick, Jr. is and American singer, pianist and actor that has been performing in front of audiences since he was 10 years old. He was signed by Columbia Records and released his first self-titled record, which was mainly an instrumental album and then expanded on his second album which featured his vocals. In 1989 Rob Reiner asked him to provide the soundtrack for his new romantic comedy "When Harry Met Sally," where he introduced songs such as "It Had to Be You", "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off," and "Don't Get Around Much Anymore." The album achieve double platinum status in the U.S. and won a Grammy Award for his work on the soundtrack.

In 1990 he released two albums; "Lofty's Roach Souffle" and "We are in Love" (both went double platinum). He has been nominated for awards for his work on other soundtracks such as "The Godfather III" and "Sleepless in Seattle." His album "When My Heart Finds Christmas," a multi-platinum album full of holiday songs, was the 1993 best-selling album. During the mid 90's he tried to branch out with some funk, and it was not as well received by fans as he expected and by 1999 he was back to the basics; jazz.

Harry Connick, Jr, is also well known for his appearances in movies such as, "Little Man Tate," "Copycat," "Independence Day," "Basic" "and Hope Floats." He wrote the score for the Broadway musical "Thou Shalt Not," and narrated the children films "My Dog Skip" and The "Iron Giant." He often appeared on NBC's Will and Grace from 2002-2006. His career so far has been nothing less than amazing, as he has succeeded in music, TV, and movies. He just recently starred in the 2008 blockbuster movie "New In Town" with Renee Zellweger. He is also planning to release his newest album "Your Songs" in September of 2009, and is expected to tour around the U.S. next year to further promote the album.