"April Wine" is a Canadian rock band formed in 1969. According to the band they chose the name 'April Wine' simply because it was two words that sounded good together. The band would go on to release over 20 albums and forge a live performance reputation that sees them still drawing devoted crowds across Canada and around the world 37 years after taking their first steps into the Hard Rock spotlight.
April Wine began in late 1969 in Halifax, Nova Scotia Original members were brothers David Henman on guitar and Richie Henman on drums. Their cousin Jim Henman joined in on bass. To complete the sound Myles Goodwyn joined in on lead vocals and guitar. In early 1970 the band relocated to Montreal. Shortly after arriving in their new home the band were signed by Aquarius Records. They recorded their first self-titled album ''April Wine'' (1971) which included the hit "Fast Train". "Fast Train" received fairly steady airplay on radio stations across Canada and established Myles Goodwyn as the band's main songwriter. The single's success gave the band's label confidence and work began on a second album, but not before a change in the line-up (the first of many over the cour...
|music genre||Hard rock|
|current members|| Myles Goodwyn|
|past members|| Gary Moffat|