Harry Connick Jr., a musician who won a Grammy, has revealed plans to go on a Christmas tour in late 2022. He would sing traditional Christmas songs in addition to his original compositions and fan favourites. The November and December dates of his A Holiday Celebration tour will see him making noteworthy stops in the cities of Philadelphia, Washington, DC, New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, and San Francisco and following in the footsteps of the Time to Play! Tour in 2021 and the True Love Tour in 2020, which included a significant number of songs written by famous Broadway composer Cole Porter, come with a whole new excursion.
Connick will continue promoting his most recent studio album, “Alone With My Faith,” which was published by Verve Records on January 29th, 2021. ‘True Love: A Celebration of Cole Porter’ from 2019 and ‘That Would Be Me,’ which peaked at #47 on the Billboard200, are preceded by the new album. Additionally, in 2019, he hosted the New Orleans Tricentennial Celebration Tour, which honoured the city of Crescent City on the occasion of its 300th birthday. The Recording Industry Association of America ranks the skilled composer as one of the top 60 best-selling male musicians in the United States. His records have been purchased more than 28 million times all over the globe.
When Harry was barely three years old, he started playing the keyboard on his family’s piano. At the age of five, he was already performing in front of an audience, and by the time he was ten years old, he had already joined a local jazz band and was performing with them. When he was18, he travelled to New York to complete his music education. There, he met Dr. George Butler, an executive at Columbia Records, who persuaded him to sign with the label.
What are some of the prizes that Harry Connick Jr. has taken home?
He was nominated for an Emmy in the category of Exceptional Solo Appearance in a Variety or Music Program for his work in Swinging Out With Harry in 1991, which earned him the award for Exceptional Music Direction for the concert film Harry Connick Jr.: Only You in Concert, which he also won. He has been selected for eight Grammy awards and has won three of them, along with one for the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Songs I Heard and two for the Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Male for When Harry Met Sally… and We are in Love. In total, he has been up for a total of thirteen Grammys.
What is the setlist for Harry Connick Jr.’s performance?
The following are some of Harry Connick Jr.’s most famous songs; however, his setlists are subject to change with each performance:
· It Had to Be You
· A Wink and a Smile
· I Could Write a Book
· We Are In Love
· Recipe For Love
· The Way You Look Tonight
· Just The Way You Are
· First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
· It Had to Be You
· Mind If I Make Love To You
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Tickets to see Harry Connick Jr. may be purchased for as little as $70.00, with the typical cost being $100.00.
What is the cost of tickets for the front row to see Harry Connick Jr.?
Tickets in the first row for Harry Connick Jr. cost an average of $150.00 each.
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Harry Connick, Jr.’s 2022 Tour Dates
11/18 – Hershey, PA @ Hershey Theatre
11/19 – Philadelphia, PA @ Academy of Music
11/20 – Richmond, VA @ Altria Theater
11/21 – Washington, DC @ Kennedy Center
11/22 – Durham, NC @ DPAC
11/23 – Durham, NC @ DPAC
11/25 – Cleveland, OH @ KeyBank State Theatre
11/26 – Rochester, NY @ Auditorium Theatre
11/27 – New York, NY @ David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center
11/28 – New York, NY @ David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center
11/29 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Benedum Center
11/30 – East Lansing, MI @ Wharton Center
12/01 – Milwaukee, WI @ Riverside Theater
12/03 – Peoria, IL @ Civic Center Theater
12/04 – St. Louis, MO @ Stifel Theatre
12/06 – Denver, CO @ Buell Theatre
12/07 – Albuquerque, NM @ Kiva Auditorium
12/09 – Tucson, AZ @ Centennial Hall
12/10 – Rancho Mirage, CA @ The Show at Agua Caliente
12/11 – San Diego, CA @ Civic Theatre
12/12 – Mesa, AZ @ Mesa Arts Center
12/13 – Mesa, AZ @ Mesa Arts Center
12/15 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Pantages Theatre
12/16 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Pantages Theatre
12/17 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Pantages Theatre
12/19 – Seattle, WA @ Benaroya Hall
12/20 – Seattle, WA @ Benaroya Hall
12/22 – Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
12/24 – San Francisco, CA @ Davies Symphony Hall
Due to the breadth of his professional experience, Harry Connick Jr. is sometimes referred to as a “jack-of-all-trades” in the entertainment industry. Although he may be most recognized for his singing and piano talents in smooth jazz, he has also worked on Broadway, on television, and in music for movies and soundtracks. He has amassed over 28 million record sales all over the globe and is now ranked among the RIAA’s top 60 male artists in terms of album sales. He is the first jazz musician in the history of the US Jazz chart to have seven albums debut in the top 20 and ten albums at number one. His other television performances include recurring parts on Will & Grace and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. On the television show American Idol, he was a judge with Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban.