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article imageTunnel Vision talks upcoming show at The Paramount in New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 15, 2017 in Music
Huntington - On June 27, indie reggae band Tunnel Vision will be playing at The Paramount with Reel Big Fish, as part of their national tour "The Beer Run."
Lead singer and guitarist Hayden Hansen from the band chatted with Digital Journal about their upcoming show on Long Island. "We are so stoked to be playing back in New York again since the last time we joined The Expendables on their Spring Blackout Tour!" he exclaimed.
Hansen added, "We are excited to play a mixed set of our debut album plus a sneak of our new material. Hope to see you all there!"
The band climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and reached the summit. At the top of the mountain, after hiking with all of their gear and equipment, the band performed and streamed it online, breaking the world record for the "Highest Live Streamed Performance." Daniel "Dela" Delacruz, the saxophonist in the band Slightly Stoopid, also participated in the climb and performed with the band, where he broke the world record for the "Highest Saxophone Solo."
Tunnel Vision recently recorded a new single entitled "Other Side of the Mountain," which will be released in the near future, where all proceeds will be donated to The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation.
For more information about their show at The Paramount, visit the venue's official homepage.
To learn more about the reggae band Tunnel Vision, check out their official website, and Facebook page.
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