General Hospital fans continue to miss Jonathan Jackson as Lucky Spencer to this day. He won the role when he was only 11 years old and grew up before our very eyes. It’s no surprise he holds a special place in viewers’ hearts — so when something big happens, everyone wants to know. The actor/musician sure has some big news!
Jonathan Jackson, Music Man
Jackson and his band, Enation, have released a brand new music video, which you can see above, called The Days Are Evil. This song will also be included on the band’s upcoming album called Ultraviolet Empire, which they recorded in a few different studios around Nashville.
While In Nashville
The multiple Daytime Emmy-winner has been concentrating on his music since his hit primetime series, Nashville, left the airwaves after six amazing seasons. On the show, he often made music with fellow daytime alum, Hayden Panettiere (ex-Lizzie, Guiding Light; ex-Sarah, One Life to Live), who played his character Avery’s on-again/off-again love interest, Juliette.
While the show shot in Nashville, and then also toured with several cast members, Jackson now shares that his bad has been performing all over the world with Echo and the Bunnyman.
Not only that but last month the actor also became involved in trying to raise money for a monastery in Ireland. Jackson said how he touched he was by this group of people and wanted to help them make it happen.
Singing The GH Blues
Of course, since he stopped shooting his primetime show in 2018, fans have been wondering if there’s a chance he’d consider returning to General Hospital. There’s still plenty for Lucky waiting for him in Port Charles.
His mother Laura (Genie Francis) is the mayor and true love Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) is going through hell with her current husband, Franco (Roger Howarth). Never say never… General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.
I know that you have a thousand things coming at you all at once, but I wanted to let you know about a little gem. Watch the video to find out more! Help fund a monastery in Ireland: https://t.co/zhrCosUXMf
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— Jonathan Jackson (@JonathanJackson) September 5, 2019