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GENERAL HOSPITAL Stars Sing “Let It Snow”


Christmas may be over for now but the holiday season is still going in full force! Let a quartet of GENERAL HOSPITAL stars keep the spirit alive with a little musical performance of a holiday classic!

“Let It Snow” was written by lyricist Sammy Cahn and composer Jule Styne in July 1945, and was first recorded by Vaughn Monroe, reaching the number one spot in the Billboard chart in January and February of 1946. Other popular versions have been sung by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and most recently, Michael Bublé.

However, in December 2020, GH stars Steve Burton (Jason) and Bradford Anderson (Spinelli) — also known as the duo Stone Cold and the Jackal — invited castmates and friends Marcus Coloma (Nikolas) and James Patrick Stuart (Valentin) to join them for their own recording of “Let It Snow.” They each take turns on the verses, joining in all together for the chorus. 

Obviously, being recorded back in December 2020 before the COVID vaccine was available, the entire thing was conducted virtually. But even a year later, it’s still fun to see them all having fun at home and combining their talents to wish everyone happy holidays! Check it out!

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