General Hospital stars Steve Burton (Jason Morgan) and Bradford Anderson (Damian Spinelli) have launched a podcast because they're cool like that. And if you wanna be cool like that, you'll definitely be tuning in.
The first episode of the free podcast features the two talking about the show they currently have on tour across America, some GH tidbits, and Burton's early childhood. Says the Soundcloud tagline: "GH's Steve Burton and Bradford Anderson tell you a little about why they're doing this podcast, what to expect, and we also learn a little more about Steve and his history...like how much sun-in he used in the late 80's. Hard hitting stuff. Topics include-how much Steve loves wearing dance belts, anything 'Out Of This World', mullets, is Bradford naturally this pale, and was Steve, or his hair, tall enough to land his role at GH."
According to the podcast's landing page, future shows will have the longtime buddies dishing on "GH, life, love, [and] the entertainment industry" alongside some really fun guests from daytime and beyond.
"If you've seen us on the road, you know it's all about laughs and having a good time, and this will be no different," the guys say on the podcast's website. "We're so excited to share this with you and hope you'll enjoy the ride!"
To check out Stone Cold and the Jackal, follow this link to subscribe on iTunes, this link to subscribe on Google Play, and this link to listed on Soundcloud. Fans can also listen at the show's website, and Spotify is promised to be coming soon.
Burton joined GH in 1995 and left the ABC series in 2012. The role of Jason was taken over by Billy Miller, but Burton made a surprise return to the show last year and reclaimed the role, while Miller was revealed to be Jason's long-lost twin Andrew. Anderson joined GH in 2006 and has played popular character Damian "the Jackal" Spinelli off and on since.
Spinelli and Jason's on-screen friendship has translated off-screen, with real-life buds Burton and Anderson having recently launched a website called Stone Cold and the Jackal. The site features information on their road show (which will be making upcoming stops in markets like Los Angeles, New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia) as well as GH merchandise and humorous videos of the pair.
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