Harry Connick Jr. Is Still One Handsome Fella, Releases New Album & Writes A Heartfelt Tribute To A Newtown Victim

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Famous jazz crooner and singer songwriter Harry Connick Jr. has been out of the spotlight for awhile until his recent appearance as a guest mentor on season twelve of American Idol, but that doesn’t mean he has lost his adorable good looks and charm.

Harry is still working hard in the music business and is releasing another album titled, Every Man Should Know. Connick even claims that the album has “healing properties” because it deals with personal issues and certain songs mention his wife and mother.

According to NBC, Harry gave a tribute to a 6-year-old victim of the Newtown school shooting named Ana Marquez-Greene. Her father Jimmy was a personal friend of Harry’s as well as a saxophonist long-time bandmate. Connick performed the song, “Love Wins” at her funeral.

Seen here, Harry Connick Jr. is all smiles as he leaves The Today Show in New York City on June 13th. The handsome 45-year-old sported a plain white t-shirt and blue jeans along with some black framed eyeglasses. Harry is a class act all around. It’s good to know that good guys are still in this business and for the long haul.