According to ChartAttack.com, APRIL WINE had to cancel a Halifax performance when frontman Myles Goodwin was hospitalized on Friday (November 28).The 60-year-old collapsed and hit his head shortly after he arrived at the airport in Montreal. Guitarist Brian Greenway, who was travelling with Goodwin, told CBC News that his colleague seemed to be doing better after he was admitted to the hospital. Greenway said Goodwin would have some tests, but he was still waiting for more information from the doctors on his status. Read more from ChartAttack.com. Footage of APRIL WINE performing live at at the Centennial Centre in Bonnyville, Alberta, Canada on November 6, 2008 can be viewed below.
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