April Wine is a Canadian rock band that was formed in 1969. The band's original lineup consisted of Myles Goodwyn (vocals and guitar), David Henman (guitar), Jim Henman (bass), and Ritchie Henman (drums). Over the years, the band has undergone several changes in personnel, with Goodwyn being the only constant member.
April Wine is considered one of the most successful Canadian rock bands of the 1970s and 1980s, and is known for their blues-influenced hard rock sound and high-energy live performances. Some of their most popular songs include "Just Between You and Me," "I Like to Rock," "Roller," and "Say Hello."
Throughout their career, April Wine has released over 20 studio albums and has been nominated for several Juno Awards, Canada's equivalent of the Grammy Awards. They have also been inducted into the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame.
Despite several lineup changes and periods of inactivity, April Wine continues to perform and tour to this day, and remains a popular and influential band in the Canadian music scene.
Capitol Records – 1A 062-86024 , 1979 , Netherlands
"Harder ... Faster" is the eighth studio album by Canadian rock band April Wine, released in 1979 .Show Details
Aquarius Records AQR 530 , 1981 , Canada
"Nature of the Beast" is the ninth studio album band "April Wine", released in 1981 and includes a posterShow Details
Atlantic SD 19303 , 1975 , USA
"Stand Back" is April Wine's fourth full-length studio-album..Show Details