Other releases by Harry Connick, Jr.

Music From The Happy Elf
Harry Connick, Jr.

The Harry Connick, Jr. Trio
Harry Connick, Jr. piano
Neal Caine bass
Arthur Latin drums

Celebrate the holidays with Harry Connic, Jr.’s “The Happy Elf” and start a new tradition! Read more »

Chanson du Vieux Carre
Harry Connick, Jr.

For those like Harry Connick, Jr. who grew up in New Orleans, the Crescent City has always been a constant state of mind. The love that he and the members of his band share for this birthplace of so much of America’s musical culture has defined all of their performances, but never more so than on Chanson du Vieux Carre, the third disc in the Marsalis Music label’s series Connick on Piano. Read more »

Harry and Branford: A Duo Occasion
Branford Marsalis

Pianist Harry Connick, Jr. and saxophonist Branford Marsalis are old friends who regularly
surprise the music world with their eclectic tastes and ability to deliver in a variety of idioms.
When the pair got together to record Occasion from Marsalis Music’s Connick on Piano
series, the setting may have been unexpected, but the results were typically challenging and
satisfying. After the positive response that Occasion received upon its spring 2005 release,
further encounters by the pair were inevitable. One particularly memorable set, from the Read more »

Harry Connick, Jr.

Occasion, the second volume of Marsalis Music’s Connick on Piano series, presents Harry Connick, Jr. in one of the most challenging and spontaneous settings of his career – a series of duos with saxophonist and label head Branford Marsalis. The new disc, recorded over a March weekend in North Carolina, will be released June 14, 2005. Read more »

Other Hours
Harry Connick, Jr.



Not content to rest on his continuing successes as a singer, a pianist, a composer of original songs, an arranger and a screen actor, Harry has seized the opportunity in recent years to write an entire Broadway score, patent new computer technology for the performance of orchestral music, and create the character Leo on the popular NBC-TV series “Will and Grace.” Harry Connick, Jr. may be one of the most multi-talented artists in the world of contemporary entertainment. Read more »