Harry Connick, Jr.'s new album, That Would Be Me, is out now. LeAnn Mueller/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Harry Connick, Jr. On Tough Love And Letting Go Of The Wheel

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Harry Connick Jr. In The Studio

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Donny Hathaway remains widely admired in jazz, but much of his repertoire has yet to be tapped by improvisers. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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John Bennet: All Creatures Now

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Connick's Latest Hymn to New Orleans

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