[Full episode] Matthew Perry, Harry Connick Jr., Gail Maurice
Q with Tom Power
Actor Matthew Perry discusses his harrowing new memoir, Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing, in which he opens up about his long journey with addiction, fame and recovery. Grammy-winning musician Harry Connick Jr. talks about his gospel album Alone With My Faith, which he made entirely by himself during a year of reflection. Actor Gail Maurice discusses her feature directorial debut, Rosie, and how it shows the lasting impact of the Sixties Scoop in Canada.
Personally Speaking ep. 120 (Harry Connick Jr. [repeat])
Personally Speaking with Msgr. Jim Lisante
In this repeat episode of Personally Speaking, Msgr. Jim Lisante is joined by I’ll be joined by singer, pianist, and actor Harry Connick, Jr. Harry’s latest album is called, “Alone with my Faith”. In addition to traditional and familiar songs, like “How Great Thou Art” and “Amazing Grace”, Harry wrote and recorded new music that tells the story of his experience during the lockdown, when he was “alone with his faith”.Support the show
After decades of dazzling millions with his skills on the keys, Harry Connick Jr. is here to let fans in on the fun of playing piano — “play” being the operative word. On March 29 he’s launching Piano Party, an online course designed to teach the basics of piano through lessons he’s learned over the course of his legendary career. The project is part of Harry's new metaverse platform The Neutral Ground, an online community designed to connect his fans and share in his passion for music, food and family. He and Jordan discussed this immersive new digital space, the finer points of piano, New Orleans jazz, songwriting techniques, and Harry's latest album 'Alone with My Faith,' recorded completely solo during the pandemic lockdown. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Harry Connick Jr. - We Are In Love - 1990 - Ep. 19
Early July 1990 and Harry Connick Jr. releases 2 albums on the same day and a 'home video' entitled Singin' & Swingin'. One of the LP's is with his Jazz trio entitled 'Lofty's Roach Soufle', but the record we focus on in this episode is 'We Are In Love' - a big band, jazz and swing masterclass from the 22 year old New Orleans native. Harry won his second grammy for the record in what was a momumentally busy time in the glittering career of the talented American composer, pianist, vocalist, actor and TV star. We talk about his music, movies, TV shows and his enduring marriage to former Victoria Secrets lingerie and swimwear model, Jill Goodacre. There's a full album analysis of all 12 songs (9 of which Harry had writing credits on) before we conclude the Harry Connick Jr. chat by each giving the record a rating out of 10. Current highest score of all the LP's we've covered to date is an impressive 18.5 (out of 20) for 'Disintegration' by The Cure. 'We Are in Love' needs to score 17 or above to break in to our top 5 - find out if it gets there by tuning in... In England and Ireland, for sports fans, July 1990 brings back bittersweet memories of one of the greatest football tournaments in the history of the game - The Fifa World Cup Finals in Italy, commonly known as Italia '90. England and Ireland were decent and both had ambitions of winning the tournament. It was a time when the English fell in love with a flawed genius called Gazza and an unlikely chart topper ruled the airwaves in the form of opera singer Luciano Pavarotti. Discover what other gems were kicking around in the UK singles charts, the album charts and at the box office. You can also discover why Rick's Dad wasn't exactly thrilled to discover that he'd be appearing on Radio Sheffield and what Rick shelled out £369.99 for on the day 'We Are in Love' was released (July 3rd 1990). To start the episode we cover numbers 20 - 16 in Rolling Stones 500 greatest songs of all time list, featuring the obligatory single we've never heard of, along side classics by Queen, John Lennon, Prince and Beyonce. We'll be taking a short mid-season hiatus following this episode as we prepare for a busy time personally including a big house party to celebrate our 50th birthdays and the 18th birthday of our son, Sam. We'll be back towards the end of March with the 1989 LP 'Mind Bomb' by The The. You can listen to the full album 'We Are in Love' on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/6Q2COpAGHfW1BeZrMIIY82 or You Tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCDelnJmZ08&list=OLAK5uy_negIsZrxodVlFfJFCPvgAfqZBI5fRMIZY The scene from Friends discussed on the episode starring Harry's wife, Jill Goodacre and the brilliant Matthew Perry (playing Chandler Bing): https://youtu.be/Ewx4RYgl_OQRick's single of the week: https://youtu.be/t3BBDeAyrHo The beautiful 'Thumbs Up' by the fantastic 'Howl and the Hum'. Kate's Single of the week: The bouncy 'The Way To Your Heart' by Belgium duo Soulsister that was big in Germany according to Kate: https://youtu.be/fzyKYekdKBk Please subscribe to the podcast and link / follow / like / comment on our social media or send us an email: Twitter @Memorabiliapod (https://twitter.com/Memorabiliapod) Facebook @MemorabiliaPodcast (https://www.facebook.com/Memorabilia-Podcast-102585322133793) email firstname.lastname@example.org
Grammy Award-winning singer, musician, and composer Harry Connick Jr. discusses his album “Alone With My Faith,” why he decided to make a spiritual album, why he considers his father to be his “spiritual hero,” and the positive effect that some kind and caring priests have had on his life.
FROM THE ARCHIVE - Harry Connick Jr: "I wanted to achieve so much to make my Mum proud".
UNDISTRACTED with Laura Bennett
All-round entertainer Harry Connick Jr. shares why he's happy to talk about faith, how his Mum's death affected his affected his career and what he puts at the top of his priority list.Listen to more from our Hope Podcasts collection at hopepodcasts.com.au. And send the team a message via Hope 103.2’s app, Facebook or Instagram.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Harry Connick Jr. on the Importance of Being ‘Alone with My Faith’ (Ep. 66)
Praisecast - The Praise.com podcast
Grammy and Emmy Award-winning entertainer Harry Connick Jr. joins us to share how he spent the last year recording a new Gospel album all by himself as a result of the COVID-19 lockdown. Beyond playing multiple instruments and singing every note, it is his desire that listeners will find a sense of comfort from these time-tested hymns of hope and redemption. The Praisecast team discuss how to know whether your dream is from God or somewhere else, they take a look at products for the new job that make you go … hmm, and they bid a fond farewell to Bekah who is leaving the podcast. What? It can’t be so! ”