Myles Goodwyn, a singer/songwriter for multi-platinum rock band April Wine, died today at age 75. No further details on cause of death, location, or funeral details will be disclosed, according to a spokesman.
April Wine has sold more than 10 million recordings worldwide.
Goodwyn and the other members of April Wine were inducted into the Canadian Music Hall Of Fame in 2010.
Goodwyn also received the East Coast Music Lifetime Achievement Award in 2008 and the SOCAN National Achievement Award in 2002.
In 2016, he released his memoir, Just Between You and Me. His second book, Elvis and Tiger, was a fiction novel published in 2018.
The Myles Goodwyn and Friends Of The Blues recording released in 2018 earned a JUNO nomination for Blues Recording of the Year in 2019. The recording also won the ECMA award for Blues Recording of the Year in 2019.
His followup blues recording that year, Myles Goodwyn and Friends of the Blues 2, won the same blues category in 2020.
Goodwyn left the group for live performances earlier this year and continued to perform live with his acoustic trio.