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Blurred Vision Take Mobile Live Stage To Downtown Toronto

On Friday August 8, 2014, Blurred Vision took to the streets of downtown Toronto, with a flat bed truck equipped with a mobile live stage, and their brand new song and campaign titled "No More War".

Not only did the band plan to share their new single with the thousands of Torontonians and tourists walking the streets, but to also begin to spread their campaign based on the song, that is rallying fans to create the biggest anti war petition in history.

"No More War" on iTunes Now!

Blurred Vision have just released their lead off single "No More War", digitally on June 23 (Europe/UK) and June 24 (N.America/S.America). The track is off their upcoming debut album "Organized Insanity" set for release in the fall of 2014. Produced by multi-platinum selling producer Terry Brown, Blurred Vision wrote the song as their generation's anthem for peace, in an era and time in the grips of war. The track also features the haunting and poignant voice of Martin Luther King Jr. and his famous anti-war speech.

Blurred Vision Set To Rock World Pride 2014 in Toronto

TORONTO, June 19, 2014 - Canadian Rock band Blurred Vision have been added to the roster of talented artists performing at the first ever WorldPride celebrations taking place in Toronto and running from June 20 - 29. Having recently played at this year's prestigious WhyHunger Chapin Awards at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square New York, Blurred Vision will be taking the stage to open the "Decades" concert for Berlin, Carole Pope and Parachute Club.

Canadian Rock Band Blurred Vision Invited as Special Guest Performers at Annual WhyHunger Chapin Awards in NYC

Following their successful showcase at Canadian Music Week 2014, Blurred Vision will head to New York next week as one of the special guests performing at this year’s WhyHunger Chapin Awards, “Hope to End Hunger” event. The prestigious annual celebration honours those making a difference in the fight against hunger and poverty. Blurred Vision will be performing intimate, acoustic renditions of songs from their upcoming debut album as well as their poignant tribute to Beatles legend John Lennon called "Dear John".

Blurred Vision Performs at Canadian Music Week 2014

The 32nd Canadian Music Week 2014 starts today and Blurred Vision will be there to perform along with some of the music industry’s best and hippest new talent. This year’s roster features hundreds of popular artists including Neko Case, Kardinal Offishall, Tegan & Sara, M.I.A., Television and many more. Bringing their brand of captivating ‘next generation rock n’ roll’, Blurred Vision is pleased to announce their show at The Underground Garage on May 9, in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district. Here are the details:

What: Blurred Vision Live – Canadian Music Week

Blurred Vision Channel The Beatles, Fight Russia's Anti Gay Laws

When Blurred Vision learned about the recent anti-gay law that was passed in the Kremlin by Vladimir Putin and his administration, which discriminates, persecutes and imprisons gay Russians, they felt compelled to act. They immediately went to work on protesting the Russian government and their violation of human rights, this time using the legendary Beatles anthem “Back in The USSR”. They have teamed up once again with long time collaborator and award winning filmmaker Babak Payami, and the official video has just been released. Watch it here:

How Canada’s Blurred Vision won the audience and stole the show at the Beatles 50th Anniversary Concert in New York City

Toronto/New York based Canadian band Blurred Vision were the only Canadian group invited to New York last week to celebrate the arrival of The Beatles in America 50 years ago. The band took to the stage at the historic Hudson Theatre, where Elvis Presley performed on the Steve Allen Show in 1956, and what happened next can only be described as one of those magical moments when one performance catapults a new group to stardom. Charles Rosenay, Executive Producer of the NYC FAB 50 Concerts, has vividly captured the moment in this official statement:

Toronto's Blurred Vision Set To Perform John Lennon Tribute on Canada AM

On Thursday January 30, Toronto/New York based Canadian band Blurred Vision will be appearing on Canada's national morning show 'Canada Am' to perform their poignant John Lennon tribute - "Dear John".

The track and official video were released in April 2013 and proceeds from the iTunes sales of the track benefit Whyhunger, a NYC based charity fighting hunger and poverty in America and around the world.
Download the single here: