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    General Hospital Alum Jonathan Jackson Signs Record Deal.

    Tuesday, November 12 2013

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    From Nashville to record deal.

    Former "General Hospital" star, Jonathan Jackson (ex-Lucky Spencer) has signed a record deal with Loud & Proud Records. Jackson, who has been in the spotlight on ABC's musical drama "Nashville" is no stranger to music and has been the front man for the indie/alternative rock band Enation which has been around since 2002. will update you with an album release date when one is available. Currently, Jackson can be seen in "Nashville" which is in its second season, airing Wednesdays at 10:00 PM on ABC.

    Watch Bradford Anderson on NCIS: Los Angeles next week. Learn more about Steve Burton and Jonathan Jackson's music collaboration on the song "You Killed Romeo."

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    Posted by deatta at Monday, November 18 2013 09:49 AM

    I am so proud of him I have followed him since I started watching GH as a little girl. He used to sing and play the guitar for Elizabeth all the time as teenagers. I started watching Nashville because of JJ and was so happy that he is still here. I am looking forward to his CD and will continue to follow him. Keep up the great work!!!

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