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Harry Connick, Jr. On The Road

05:01 PM Thursday 3/3/16 | |

Harry Connick, Jr. is giving fans an extra reason to tune in to “American Idol” tonight. The singer/pianist will be stepping out from the judging table to perform the tune “(I Do) Like We Do.” In other news, he announced dates this week for a spring U.S. tour.

Connick will take the stage on “Idol” with his friend and producer Butch Walker.  “(I Do) Like We Do” hails from Connick’s latest album, That Would Be Me, which was released in October and produced by Walker and Eg White.  

“For the most part, nobody’s ever made musical decisions for me before,” Connick said. “This is brand new territory. I’m used to jumping in head-first, but all of a sudden I found myself not in full control of the wheel anymore.”

He added, “Butch is more of a ‘let’s play the song in the room’ kind of guy, so we invited a couple more musicians in; with Eg, it was a completely different experience – it was just the two of us in a room writing, starting with an idea, a groove or a chord or melody line.”

The spring tour includes gigs in San Antonio, Minneapolis, Chicago and Nashville. Check out the schedule below.  

April 23 – El Paso, Texas, The Plaza Theatre            
April 25 – San Antonio, Texas, The Tobin Center For The Performing Arts            
April 26 – San Antonio, Texas, The Tobin Center For The Performing Arts
April 28 – Austin, Texas, Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater   
April 29 – Corpus Christi, Texas, Selena Auditorium
April 30 – Thackerville, Okla., WinStar Global Event Center          
May 2 – Houston, Texas, Jones Hall For The Performing Arts
May 4 – Shreveport, La., Shreveport Municipal Auditorium            
May 6 – Tulsa, Okla., Brady Theater
May 8 – Oklahoma City, OK Civic Center Music Hall        
May 10 – Omaha, Neb., Orpheum Theater
May 11 – Davenport, Iowa, RiverCenter / Adler Theatre     
May 12 – Minneapolis, Minn., State Theatre
May 14 – Milwaukee, Wis., Riverside Theatre
May 16 – Evansville, Ind., Old National Events Plaza
May 18 – Chicago, Ill., Chicago Theatre       
May 19 – Louisville, Ky., The Kentucky Center For The Performing Arts  
June 4 – Greenville, S.C., Peace Center Concert Hall           
June 5 – Birmingham, Ala., Concert Hall At The BJCC       
June 7 – Huntsville, Ala., Von Braun Center
June 8 – Mobile, Ala., Saenger Theatre         
June 9 – Jackson, Miss., Thalia Mara Hall     
June 11 – Atlanta, Ga., Chastain Park Amphitheatre
June 12 – Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium        
June 13 – Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium        
June 15 – Knoxville, Tenn., Tennessee Theatre         
June 16 – Richmond, Va., Altria Theater      
June 18 – Vienna, Va., Filene Center At Wolf Trap
June 19 – Bethlehem, Pa., Sands Casino

Ticket onsales begin March 6. Additional onsales are scheduled over the next few weeks. Check with your local venue for more details. And click here for Harry Connick Jr’s website.


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