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Ended 26 Jul 2010 after 11 days
His most thoughtful and personal songs to date
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Harry Connick Jr. has earned Tony nominations for starring in The Pajama Game and for composing Thou Shalt Not. He was last seen on Broadway in On A Clear Day You Can See Forever. He has also performed two concert series on Broadway, Harry Connick Jr. Live in Concert on Broadway and An Evening With Harry Connick Jr. and His Orchestra.
As a recording artist Connick has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide. His film and TV credits include a huge variation in roles in Independence Day, Hope Floats, My Dog Skip, The Iron Giant, Bug, South Pacific and Will and Grace.
His 29th album Every Man Should Know uncovers an intimacy in the material as never before heard, with twelve original songs for which Connick wrote music, lyrics and provided the musical arrangements. The concerts reflect the laid-back vibes, with open collared shirts and jacketless musicians on the stage. The album has been widely praised by critics, Critics have been quick to agree with People Magazine calling it "impressive," whilst others agree that it is one Connick album that any true fan should own.
Opening night: 15 July 2010
Closing night: 26 July 2010
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