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Hinder set to perform at Bills Nov. 7 game in Toronto

TORONTO, ON – Hinder is set to rock Rogers Centre at the next Bills Toronto Series *regular season *game.

The multi-platinum selling rock band will take the stage as featured halftime performers at the Buffalo Bills vs. Chicago Bears National Football League game on Sunday, November 7 at Rogers Centre.

"Being such huge football fans, this is truly an honor for us and we look forward to having a great time and being part of such an amazing experience" says Hinder front man Austin Winkler.

Hinder will perform a two-song set and will be accompanied by 50 dancers and the Buffalo Jills cheerleading squad at the Bills Toronto Series event.

Hinder, who are best known for such hits as Lips of An Angel, Use Me and Without You, are currently touring for their newest album, All American Nightmare (Universal Records) to be released in December 2010.

Originally from Oklahoma, Hinder was formed in 2001 by drummer Cody Hanson, guitarist Joe Garvey, and singer Austin Winkler. Additional band members now include Mike Rodden and Mark King. Albums include Extreme Behavior *(2005), Take it to the Limit *(2008) and *All American Nightmare *(2010). In 2007 Hinder were inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.

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In 2008, the Buffalo Bills became the first NFL team to host a regular season game on Canadian soil when they faced AFC East rival the Miami Dolphins on December 7.  The Bills Toronto Series continued last year with its third installment when the Bills played the New York Jets on December 3, 2009 at Rogers Centre in Toronto.  The Bills Toronto Series continued in 2010 with a preseason game on August 19 against the Indianapolis Colts and a regular season game against the Chicago Bears on November 7.  The series is an effort to further regionalize the Bills franchise and will bring a total of eight games over a five-year period to Toronto.  The series began with a preseason game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday, August 14, 2008.  The series includes a regular season game each year (2008-2012) and preseason games in 2008, 2010 and 2012.  For more information visit

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