June 23, 1948 |
Moncton/Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada
|Genres||Rock, hard rock, blues|
|Occupations||Musician, songwriter, producer|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, piano|
|Associated acts||April Wine|
|1960 Red Sparkle Goya|
Myles Francis Goodwyn (born Woodstock, New Brunswick)  is a record producer, guitarist, lead vocalist, main songwriter, founding member of the veteran Canadian hard rock band April Wine and father of the electronic artist Aaron Goodwyn. As the longest serving (and only original) member, Goodwyn has led the band from its modest garage band roots to multi-platinum sales.June 23, 1948 in
Following the band's peak years during the 1970s and early 1980s, Goodwyn disbanded the group to pursue a solo career. After a brief relocation to the Bahamas, Goodwyn returned to Canada and reformed April Wine in 1992. He continues to lead the band to the present day.
In May of 2014, Goodwyn announced he will retire from touring with April Wine. He will still do studio recordings with the band. 
- 1988 – Myles Goodwyn
|1975||"Lady Lover" (45 single) ||Bronze||-|
|1976||The Whole World's Goin' Crazy ||April Wine||-|
|1977||Forever for Now ||April Wine||-|
|1978||First Glance ||April Wine||-|
|1979||One Night Stands ||Teaze||-|
|1979||Harder ..... Faster ||April Wine||Nick Blagona|
|1980||Ladies Man ||April Wine||Nick Blagona|
|1980||Body Shots ||Teaze||-|
|1981||The Nature of the Beast ||April Wine||Mike Stone|
|1981||Live in London (concert video)||April Wine||Mike Stone|
|1982||Power Play ||April Wine||Mike Stone|
|1984||Animal Grace ||April Wine||Mike Stone|
|1984||A Taste of Teaze||Teaze||-|
|1985||One for the Road||April Wine||Mike Stone|
|1986||Walking Through Fire ||April Wine||Lance Quinn|
|1988||Myles Goodwyn ||Myles Goodwyn||Lance Quinn|
|1990||The Best of Teaze (Over 60 Minutes With...) ||Teaze||-|
|1993||Attitude ||April Wine||George Lagios|
|1994||Frigate ||April Wine||-|
|2001||Back to the Mansion ||April Wine||April Wine|
|2002||Bulletproof ||Julian Austin||-|
|2006||Roughly Speaking ||April Wine||-|
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