Already well known within jazz circles, Harry Connick, Jr. entered the American consciousness with the soundtrack to 1989′s popular film “When Harry Met Sally”.

Director Rob Reiner had asked Connick to compose a soundtrack, and he recorded several warm standards (“It Had to Be You,” “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off,” “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore”) with a big-band backing.

A world tour followed, and When Harry Met Sally eventually reached double-platinum status. With Connick a major celebrity, he diverged into an acting career.

Connick released a new album of all original music titled Every Man Should Know this year, performing the title song on an episode of American Idol. A 2013 US summer tour now underway in support of the album brings Harry Connick,  Jr. to the Revel Casino’s Ovation Hall on Sunday, September 1st.

This week on Lite Rock Impossible Trivia, I’m giving you a chance to see this multi-talented performer.  Win tickets for Harry Connick, Jr. and his band live at Revel, this week at 7:20am on the Lite Rock Morning Show with Eddie Davis.

This morning’s question: About a third of the people who chose this career now regret it.  What's the career?

The answer?  We didn't get the answer this morning!  Try a guess Thursday @ 7:20am on the Lite Rock Morning Show.

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