Ian Blurton is a Canadian musician and record producer. He was born in Chicago in 1965, and moved to Toronto in the mid 1970s.
He has been a part of Toronto's indie music scene since the early 1980s, playing drums in the original line-ups for Cowboy Junkies and A Neon Rome before becoming the lead vocalist, guitarist and songwriter for Change of Heart. After dissolving the band in late 1997, Blurton subsequently formed Blurtonia. He was then briefly a member of Bionic before forming another new band, C'mon, in 2003 with his girlfriend, bassist Katie Lynn Campbell (formerly of Nashville Pussy) and drummer Randy Curnew. Curnew left the band in 2006 and was replaced by Dean Dallas Bentley.
Blurton has produced countless albums, a number of which have risen to national and international acclaim. Among others, he has produced albums for The Lowest of the Low, Tricky Woo, Arise and Ruin, Rock Ranger, The Illuminati, Le Nombre, Maximum RNR, Saigon Hookers, Rheostatics, The Weakerthans, The Carnations, Cursed, Drunkula, The Motorleague, Raising the Fawn, Huron and Amy Millan, as well as an EP for Hunter Valentine.