Harry Connick Jr. Hopes 'Harry' Season 2 Unites 'All of God's Children' (Exclusive Interview)
Leah Marieann Klett : Sep 26, 2017
"I like talking to everyday people, regular folks who get up and go to work or whatever. I just like people and I like talking to them and celebrating them, and there's always fun, interesting things to talk about. Those are the things that feel very comfortable to me." -Harry Connick Jr.
[GospelHerald.com] In an exclusive interview with the Gospel Herald, Connick opened up about the second season of Harry, how his faith influences his career, and why he hopes his show unites and encourages "all of God's children." (Photo: host Harry Connick Jr. 'The Harry Show'/via Gospel Herald)
Harry Connick Jr. loves entertaining people—and he's got the Grammys, Emmys, Tony nominations and more than 20 albums to prove it. Whether he's performing on stage, the big screen, or TV, Connick has established himself as one of the greatest music icons of today—and he's not going anywhere soon.
The New Orleans-born jazz singer/musician and former "American Idol" judge recently kicked off the second season of his talk show, 'Harry,' which snagged five Daytime Emmy nominations including outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host for Connick.
'Harry' Season Two will feature comedic segments, audience participation, human interest stories, celebrity interviews and musical performances led by Connick. And, like Season One, it's full of positive, uplifting content that is safe for the whole family.
In an exclusive interview with the Gospel Herald, Connick opened up about 'Harry' Season Two, how his faith influences his career, and why he hopes his show unites and encourages "all of God's children." Harry airs on Fox 5 weekdays at 2 p.m.
Below is the exclusive interview with Harry Connick Jr:
GH: What I love about 'Harry' is that it's something parents can have one—with the kids in the room—and not be embarrassed or have to reach for the remote button.
HC: Thank you. That's a nice compliment. That's the basic common denominator for what we're doing, is doing a show that people can watch together. You'd think you'd be more of that out there. We're proud to say that we like to keep it appropriate for the whole family...
Read the rest of this exclusive interview by Gospel Herald, by clicking here.