April Wine - The 2014 Tour
Get ready for the most exciting hard rocking Canadian band in existence today. April
Wine is back, bringing their decade spanning discography to a venue near you. April Wine has four exclusive events scheduled,
all of which are sure to be some of the most notable nights of rock for the year 2014. Whether you're catching them in beautiful
Hinckley, Minnesota or rocking on their home turf in Calgary, Alberta, the April Wine 2014 tour is something you definitely
do not want to miss.
First, catch April Wine for three back to back nights at none other than the Hinckley Amphitheater,
located in the Grand Casino Hinckley in (you guessed it) Hinckley, Minnesota. the Hinckley Amphitheater has hosted some of
the finest nights in music in recent memory and April Wine's three consecutive nights there will be no different. Start your
evening off right with a big win at the slot machines before you head off to enjoy the finest hard rock that Canada has to
Next, April Wine will be displaying their considerable talents back on the homefront, burning down the house
at none other than the iconic Deerfoot Inn and Casino in Calgary, Alberta. Nestled near the Bow river, Deerfoot Inn and Casino
is just a stones throw from Calgary's downtown where you can start your night with fine dining before enjoying an even finer
musical experience. Don't see April Wine heading to a venue near you? Keep up to date on all of their latest and up to date
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April Wine has been a force to be reckoned with on the music scene for over four and a half decades. Formed
originally Waverley, Nova Scotia, the band moved to Montreal and released their first album in late 1971, receiving attention
all across the airwaves as their debut gained traction inside of the Canadian rock scene. Real success would come with their
second album, released shortly after their debut, which would chart all across North America and make April Wine a serious
contender in the hard rock scene. The band collaborated with some of the largest legends in music, including Elton John, and
kept the momentum going as they rollercoasted across the airwaves and music charts in both Canada and the United States.
could slow them down as they continued releasing hit album after hit album, with each record containing a slew of singles
that would receive international airplay. Despite various setbacks, including almost constant lineup shakeups, the band continued
to plow forward, hitting their first certified platinum milestone, and eventually went on tour opening for one of the most
iconic bands in music history - the Rolling Stones, followed up by tours with other huge acts such as Styx and Rush.
of a rocker lifestyle, constant studio time recording, and an incessant tour schedule eventually started to take its toll
on the band. By the late 1980s the band decided to take a break, after growing fractures within the band slowed down the writing
process for the musicians and threatened to tear them apart. After a six year hiatus, the band would eventually burst back
into action in 1992, launching a successful North American tour and showing that April Wine was back and better than ever.
Though various members have passed in and out of the band, April Wine still retains it's characteristic power in both performing
and songwriting, making them generation spanning fixtures upon the hard rock scene today.
would be the year of April Wine, as their fourth release Stand Back scored a double platinum certification in Canada and charted
at the #21 spot on the Canadian Billboard rankings. It would be just one year later that The Whole World's Goin' Crazy would
drop, bringing April Wine their first #1 ranking on Billboard and cementing their position as the guardians of the Canadian
hard rock crown. Both albums would spawn some of April Wine's most well known singles, including "Don't Push Me Around" and
The band's second greatest crowning achievement, 1981's The Nature of the Beast, remains one of the most
successful albums in the April Wine discography, garnering another double platinum certification and garnering 4.5 stars from
media critic Allmusic. The album featured the mega hit "Just Between You and Me" and was the album that laid the ground work
for April Wine to be decade spanning rock stars.
The band has gone through so many changes over
the year that the only remaining original member is Myles Goodwyn. Though Goodwyn is the only remaining original, members
who have left throughout the years at time rejoin April Wine for surprise tours or to contribute in the writing studio.
The April Wine Concert Experience
Prepare for nearly five decades of musical experience to be distilled into
one epic, rock filled night as you experience some of the finest musicians in Canadian rock history. Whether the band is crooning
hits from their 1970s debut or pushing out their highly technical, wisdom infused hits from their most recent 2000s releases,
April Wine puts on a banging good show that will take you back to the time when the grass was greener and the girls prettier.
Don't miss your opportunity to see these rock legends live - buy your tickets today!