Harry Connick Jr. talks about “American Idol,” NYC, and the crazy life of a musician in New Orleans.
At the age of 3, New Orleans-born-and-bred Harry Connick Jr. placed his hands on a piano and began to play, mastering scores by Beethoven, Bach and other musical giants. He was gifted with an ear for melodies, rhythms and pitch. These talents would later help him win three Grammys and two Emmys, sell over 28 million records worldwide and be a judge on “American Idol,” mentoring some of America’s greatest up-and-coming musical talents. (Read the rest of the interview here)