When Harry met Massachusetts, it was love at first sight.

Joseph Harry Fowler Connick, Jr. has sold over 30 million records worldwide. Connick is a composer, singer, pianist, movie star and lots more. Like most of you, Harry works hard and when it is time to relax, it is time to relax.

So where does Harry Connick, Jr. go to relax? Massachusetts. Chatham, to be exact.

Born on September 11, 1967, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Harry Connick, Jr. has been grinding out that Big Easy sound since he was five. Connick began recording with a local jazz band when he was only 10.

Harry Connick Jr. Has A Summer Home In This Massachusetts Town
Getty Images

Connick married Jill Goodacre in 1994. The couple has three children: Georgia Tatum Connick, Charlotte Connick and Sarah Kate Connick.

Connick told the Cape Cod Times in a 2018 interview, "We had some friends up there, and we went to visit them, probably 16 or 17 years ago."

"We just had a great time and thought it might be a fun place to spend some summers," he said. "We ended up staying, and it's not hard to find reasons to stay,"

"It's a beautiful part of the world, and we've had a lot of nice times up there," Connick said.

Harry Connick Jr. Has A Summer Home In This Massachusetts Town
Aerial New England

Coastal Neighborhoods says the Connick's summer home is likely on beautiful Oyster Pond. The publication says, "He's been spotted before making his way around town, stopping at locations such as Cape Cod's Four Seas Ice Cream and at the local farmer's market."

Connick told the Times he doesn't mind being recognized by fans while relaxing on the Cape.

"I wouldn't be where I am if it weren't for the people that were supportive of me," he said.

Chatham is a great summer day trip destination for the family. Check out the piece I recently wrote about it.

Famous People You Didn’t Know Were Buried in Massachusetts

Massachusetts has a lot of history. It turns out it's also the final resting place of many notable people. Here are a few.

Gallery Credit: Jackson Scott

Super Secluded Wellfleet Home with Walking Bridge to Downtown

Finding something beautiful and affordable on the Cape isn't very easy these days, but this Wellfleet home is a rare find indeed.
This secluded home on Pine Point Road probably won't stay for sale very long and these photos show you why.

Gallery Credit: Nancy Hall

More From WBSM-AM/AM 1420