Ian Buchanan represents General Hospital, Twin Peaks in live charity Christmas show
Posted Friday, October 25, 2019 4:44:53 AM
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Major musical acts like Guns N Roses and actors like General Hospital and Twin Peaks star Ian Buchanan (ex-Duke Lavery) are coming together for the Combat Radio ‘Christmas Carol' Event to raise money for charity.

Daytime veteran Ian Buchanan has announced that he is joining major talent for an upcoming charity theater performance called the Combat Radio 'Christmas Carol' Event. The actor -- known for his roles as General Hospital's Duke Lavery, The Bold and the Beautiful's James Warwick, Days of our Lives' Ian McAllister, All My Children's Greg Madden, and Twin Peaks' Dick Tremayne -- took to social media with a video announcing the exciting news.

The show, which benefits Combat Radio's work with social services, will feature a live "audience interactive" reading of A Christmas Carol with bands like Guns N Roses, Quiet Riot, Danzig, and Type O Negative, and talent from shows like The Simpsons, Twin Peaks, Justice League, Family Guy, Futurama, Avengers Assemble, Star Wars Resistance, and General Hospital. (It's unclear at this time if Buchanan will be the only GH star in attendance.)

"Get ready to throw down the holiday spirit with us!" Buchanan teases in his video, which fans can view below.

According to LA Talk Radio, Combat Radio is "a powder keg of explosive entertainment chaos with high-profile guests from the world of film, music and Ultimate Fighting! Ethan Dettenmaier is your host each week. Don't miss each show because you never know which star will be calling in or in studio live. So listen!"

Tickets for the Combat Radio 'Christmas Carol' Event, scheduled to take place in Los Angeles on Sunday, November 17, are $25. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit Ticketmaster. You can also visit the event's official Facebook page here.

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