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Let Them Talk - Harry Connick, Jr. - My New Orleans (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 22,  · Take Connick’s upcoming stage show, Harry Connick Jr.—A Celebration of Cole Porter, which will put him on a Broadway stage eight times a week, .
  2. It has been a year of triumph for Harry Connick, Jr., with his universally heralded appearance in the celebrated revival of "The Pajama Game." Even with his focus on Broadway, however, thoughts of his home town have never been far from Harry's mind. “New Orleans is a city of paradox. Sin, salvation, sex, sanctification, so intertwined yet so separate.
  3. Sep 21,  · My New Orleans Harry Connick, Jr. Jazz ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple 2 Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey? 3 Something You Got 4 Let Them Talk 5 Jambalaya (On the Bayou) 6 Careless Love 7 All These People A Christmas Album When My Heart Finds Christmas Harry for the Holidays.
  4. Early life. Harry Connick Jr. was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. His mother, Anita Frances Livingston (née Levy) was a lawyer and judge in New Orleans. His father, Joseph Harry Fowler Connick Sr., was the district attorney of Orleans Parish from to His parents also owned a record store. Connick's father is a Catholic of Irish, English, and German ancestry.
  5. Connick has found his own voice and is not the dubbed 'Frank-Sinatra-Singer' now, and Harry sings the array of music from the perspective of someone from New Orleans. In "Let Them Talk" Connick is letting the person listening know that no matter what, he loves 'her' with no conditions. 'Talk means nothing to the singer.'.
  6. This was my 1st Harry Connick, Jr. CD--recommended, no less, by my 95 y/o mother who lived in New Orleans all her life until Katrina. I was born and raised in New Orleans, but moved away after college; the whole album is such a great mix of New Orleans sound--jazz, blues (Harry Connick,Jr style), soulful pop, spiritual, big band, honky-tonk /5(84).
  7. A headliner at this year’s Jazz and Heritage Festival, Harry Connick Jr. has a new CD, Oh My Nola, which roams across the New Orleans canon. For a pianist and singer with his own purchase on big band swing, this album reaches back to early inspirations.
  8. Oh My NOLA, an Album by Harry Connick, Jr.. Released 30 January on Columbia. Genres: Vocal Jazz, Jazz.
  9. After Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans in the summer of , musician Harry Connick, Jr. was one of the first people to lend not only his celebrity, but also his own two hands in aid to the survivors of the catastrophe. Connick brought a television crew with him as he traveled through his damaged hometown and shot footage to help draw attention to the situation.

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