I always liked Harry Connick.He brings an enthusiasm to his music that is infectious and his talents are considerable, being a superb pianist and a natural vocal interpreter of jazz classics and pop standards. He's equally at home in dramatic roles in motion pictures and in lighter musical comedy fare on the Broadway stage. He's also a true humanitarian. When Katrina hit his home state, Harry got himself down to New Orleans and began helping victims of the hurricane who were trapped in their homes and used his celebrity to bring media attention to the desperate conditions being endured by the people trapped in the convention Center. Later he gave concerts benefiting Katrina relief and donated proceeds from his recordings to help Katrina victims. His recent Broadway venture, a rewritten and re-conceived version of the Alan Jay Lerner/Burton Lane musical On A Clear Day You See Forever wasn't exactly a success, but it had its moments, the best of these being Harry's rendition of Melinda which I've featured here.
Although he allegedly doesn't like to be filmed without his shirt on, his chest is quite impressive as evidenced in the finale clip from the Pajama Game and in the photo grabs exhibited here.