Narrated by Harry himself in a candid look at his own life and career, the program features interviews with jazz greats Branford and Wynton Marsalis and their father, Ellis Marsalis.
Born in New Orleans, Harry was playing with jazz bands in the French Quarter before he was 10. When he was eighteen, he recorded his first album and by 1989 with the release of the music from When Harry Met Sally, the word was out to the world: Harry Connick, Jr. was a talent that demanded attention. Whether as pianist or singer fronting a big band, or playing New Orleans funk music with his own small group, or an arranger of big band and orchestral music, or a composer of standards, or assaying a lead role in a Hollywood film: one thing is clear, no matter the medium, Harry Connick, Jr. is a world-class entertainer.
Genre: Icon, Music, Composer
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