Anderson Singing to a ‘Love Affair’ on ‘GH’

By Errol Lewis

Bradford Anderson

( — Bradford Anderson to sing “My Funny Valentine” on “General Hospital.”

With the release of ABC and SOAPnet’s new CD “A Love Affair” on January 29, “GH” will do their part in promoting the Buena Vista Records release by using Anderson’s rendition of the song during upcoming scenes involving Spinelli (Anderson) and Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms).

On the February 14 episode of “GH,” Spinelli and Maxie will be involved in a film noir fantasy, which was shot entirely in black and white, a la “Casablanca.” “Valentine” will be the underlying music as the two share dialogue.

“My Funny Valentine” originated with the 1937 Rodgers and Hart musical “Babes in Arms.” However, it was made most famous by Chet Baker and his version in the 1950’s.

Kirsten Storms and Bradford Anderson

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