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 honors 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”. They will share the stage with WhyHunger ASCAP Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award 2014 winners, The Fab Faux.

Here are the details:
Event: WhyHunger Chapin Awards 2014

Date: Tuesday, June 3, 2014 @ 6:00 pm 

Venue: Hard Rock Cafe Times Square, 1501 Broadway, New York, NY 10036

“We are excited to introduce Blurred Vision to a wider group of WhyHunger supporters at this year’s annual dinner,” said Hillary Zuckerberg, WhyHunger’s Director of Artists Against Hunger & Poverty program. “Blurred Vision is a perfect example of how an artist can use their voice to make a difference and we are proud to have them join the celebration.”

Blurred Vision joined the fight to end hunger and poverty as official ambassadors of WhyHunger’s Artists Against Hunger & Poverty program in 2012, alongside music legends Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, and Carlos Santana among others. Blurred Vision donates all of the iTunes sales from their original song “Dear John” to WhyHunger.

For more on rock band Blurred Vision visit: blurredvisionmusic.com.

To read LookToTheStars.org’s exclusive interviews with Blurred Vision, click here and here.

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