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Port Chuck Band ( Special Engagement ) - Sun, Mar 09, 2014 at 04:00 PM

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  • Ticket Price: $125.00
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • 18 & over
    Two items minimum per person
    SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT CONCERT PERFORMANCE EVENT PLEASE NOTE: Due to Contractual Obligations, absolutely NO Discounts, Coupons or Promotional Tickets can be accepted for this event.
    Doors Open at: 2:00pm for Platinum Access Ticketholders and Doors Open at 3:00pm for VIP and General Admission Ticketholders


General Admission Ticket - $50 
(Doors Open at 3:00pm) 
Includes: -Concert ONLY

VIP Level Ticket - $125 (Doors Open at 3:00pm) Limited to 100 Tickets ONLY.
Includes General Admission Ticket PLUS the following: 
-Post-Concert Photo Op with the band (Limited to ONE photo per person)

Platinum Access Ticket - $200 (Doors Open at 2:00pm) Limited to 50 tickets ONLY.
Includes General Admission and VIP Level Tickets PLUS the following:
-Pre-Concert Private Sound Check and
-Pre-Concert Meet & Greet and
-Premium Seating Choice for the Concert.
PLEASE NOTE: Platinum Ticket Holders gain access at 2:00pm so please arrive early so you don't miss any Pre-Show Activties you are entitled to.

Port Chuck Band Members are from ABC’s “General Hospital,” they are: Bradford Anderson, Brandon Barash, Scott Reeves and Steve Burton

Bradford Anderson Biography InformationABOUT BRADFORD ANDERSON:
Bradford Anderson is a native of Meredith, New Hampshire. His mother, who worked at local theater companies, encouraged both him and his sister Jennifer to get involved in acting. Anderson's first experience was at the age of 6, playing Tiny Tim in a professional production of "A Christmas Carol". As a junior at Inter-Lakes High School, he also landed a part in a local production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," which involved him spending time at a kind of Summer Theater camp with many actors who were much older than he was. He decided he liked the life, and began studying drama in earnest. He graduated in 1998, and was voted in his yearbook as "Best singer," "Most dramatic," and "Most likely to succeed." He attended the Tisch School of Performing Arts at New York University, and while with the Philadelphia Theater Company, won an award as Best Supporting Actor for his role as Billy in Edward Albee's The Goat...Or Who Is Sylvia?

In mid-2005, he moved to Hollywood, where he obtained a recurring part on Veronica Mars and began performing in other television shows as well. In September 2006, General Hospital put out a casting call for a "college-aged kid" who was a cross between Seth Green and Spicoli, a character played by Sean Penn in Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Anderson won the part, and the character, chattering a rapid-fire mix of surfer lingo and internet slang, has offered an interesting element to the show.

Anderson cites influences from Johnny Depp, Gary Oldman, Don Knotts and Justin Long.

Barrymore Award (nomination for Best Supporting Actor, 2004)
Philly Award, Best Supporting Actor[citation needed]

Brandon Barash Biography InformationABOUT BRANDON BARASH:
Brandon Barash's Biography:Brandon Joseph Barash (born October 4, 1979) is an American actor.

Before Barash caught the acting bug, he had aspirations of being a cardiac surgeon. In high school, he underwent knee surgery for the chance to play college basketball. His girlfriend at that time got him in the school's musical audition without his knowing. Barash attended the University of Southern California and got a BFA Degree in Acting. During his time at USC Brandon starred in several theater productions. Barash also attended the Harvey Lembeck Comedy Workshop and is currently training with Lesly Kahn.

Barash is known for playing Jamie, Paris Gellar's 1st real boyfriend on Gilmore Girls. Presently, he is portraying Johnny Zacchara on General Hospital.

Barash was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and is the son of Jerry L. Barash, President & CEO of Sysco Food Services of Ventura and his first wife Susan G. Hughes. His stepfather is Judge Leonard Hughes III. Brandon has one brother Jordan B. Barash and one sister Alison L. Barash. His stepmother is Karen M. Barash. Brandon has lived in Missouri, Texas and California. Brandon is also Jewish. He graduated from Memorial High School in Houston, Texas in 1998.

Barash excels in many areas including speaking Spanish fluently and piano. Barash mastered stage combat, juggling, singing and voice impressions. Barash is very talented in when it comes to sports playing everything from basketball to racquetball. Also baseball, football, fencing, and golf. He states in the interview with that this was when he fell in love with acting.

Barrymore Award (nomination for Best Supporting Actor, 2004)
Philly Award, Best Supporting Actor[citation needed]

Steve Burton Biography InformationABOUT STEVE BURTON:
Versatile actor Steve Burton first joined the cast of General Hospital in 1990 in the role of Jason Quartermaine. A near-fatal accident caused Jason to lose his memory and thus was born Jason Morgan, who would become a leader of organized crime in Port Charles. "The transition from Jason Quartermaine to Jason Morgan has been an incredible experience as an actor, and for that I am grateful," reflects Mr. Burton, who received his first Daytime Emmy® in May 1998 for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. In 2005, he received his first Emmy® nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor. He also received an award for Outstanding Supporting Actor at the nationally televised Soap Opera Awards in February 1998.

Born in Indianapolis, IN, he was raised in the Midwest and attended several different high schools in the nation's heartland before moving with his father to California. Before graduating from Beverly Hills High school -- "a world apart from the environment I was accustomed to," Mr. Burton emphasizes -- he studied drama and was a member of the school's acclaimed Theatre 40.

A very successful career in commercials led to a three-year run on the popular syndicated comedy series, Out of This World, in which he played the role of Chris Fuller. He made his daytime drama debut in the recurring role of Harris Michaels on Days of Our Lives

A gifted and enthusiastic athlete, Mr. Burton enjoys virtually every sport, but prefers surfing above them all. He and his wife, Sheree, are the happy parents to two children. The family lives in the Los Angeles area.

Scott Reeves Biography InformationABOUT SCOTT REEVES:
Scott Reeves joined the cast of General Hospital in November 2009, playing the role of Dr. Steven Webber.

A graduate of The Beverly Hills Playhouse, Mr. Reeves got his acting start on Days of our Lives. He went on to make several movies and television appearances before returning to daytime in the popular role of Ryan McNeil on The Young and the Restless. Other credits include Touched by an Angel, The King of Queens and Chicago Hope.

Born and raised in the Los Angeles, Mr. Reeves currently splits his time between Nashville and Los Angeles, as he has pursued his passion for music in the CMA and ACM nominted duo, Blue County. He has been married to actress Melissa Reeves for 20 years, and they have two children.

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