GH’s Jason and AJ Reunite at Port Chuck Concert


It may not be happening on our screens, but in real-life there was a mini Quartermaine family reunion on August 29, as former General Hospital onscreen siblings Steve Burton and Billy Warlock reunited at a performance by Port Chuck, Burton’s band with Brandon Barash, Bradford Anderson and Scott Reeves.  The group rocked the night away at B.B. Kings in New York City. See more photos from their performance after the jump!

Steve Burton, Brandon Barash, Bradford Anderson and Scott Reeves

15 Responses

  1. Avatar of liason4real
    liason4real

    Nice pictures.

    By the way, what is it with men and these large azz belt buckles? I was watching Necessary Roughness on USA last week and couldn’t listen to the dialogue for trying to figure out why the football player had such a large and shiny belt buckle! ;)

  2. Avatar of GG78
    GG78

    I know I might be in the minority here, but, I can’t stand Spinelli. I FF through almost all scenes that have him in it. Bring back other characters and get rid of his. He is a joke, and not a funny one !

  3. Avatar of keanna
    keanna

    I love that these guys are doing something they love to do, besides acting of course.

    As I much as I like BW’s AJ, I would rather have Sean Kenan back as AJ or maybe Trevor St. John, if he says no to OLTL, hey I want AJ back period.

  4. Avatar of WickedThoughts
    WickedThoughts

    [quote=GHvetfan]Can Steve Burton sing? What is his fascination with those huge belt buckles? I hate those.[/quote]

    Just from some of the clips I’ve seen I don’t think singing is a natural talent for him. In fact, I think he sometimes raps in the songs. He appeared a little uncomfortable and a little out of place during the MDA Telethon. I really wanted someone to hand him a tambourine. ;)

    But the boys look like they are having a blast. Their audience walk away happy. So I say good for them.

    The poster that said Steve is fat, really???? Looks like a whole lot of muscle to me.

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