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The New York Big Band Concert

Harry Connick Jr.

Year: 1992

Runtime: 01:00:04

The New York Big Band Concert features Harry Connick, Jr. bringing the sound of the Big Easy to the Big Apple! This special set features 13 performances from his record-breaking 15-night engagement at New York City's Paramount Theatre in 1992.

Harry Connick Jr. Available In:

Jazz, Vocal

Genres You May Like:

Jazz, Vocal, Documentary, Pop, Oldies, Rock, Instrumental, Blues

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