About David Henman

David Henman is a singer, songwriter and guitarist who performs 100% original material.

Originally from Nova Scotia, David was one of the founding membeDavid Henmanrs of April Wine, along with his brother Ritchie, cousin Jim and surviving member Myles Goodwyn. David was with the band from its inception in 1969 until 1973. He played on the first three albums, and one of his songs, “Drop Your Guns”, was a top-forty hit in Canada, resulting in David receiving three platinum and two gold albums.

David was also a member of All the Young Dudes, who released an album on CBS in the mid-seventies, and performed with many international acts, including a tour of Eastern Canada opening for The Bee Gees. David moved to Toronto in 1986, and became the editor of Canadian Musician magazine for several years.  As a journalist, he has interviewed everyone from Leonard Cohen and Celine Dion to Henry Rollins and Dwight Yoakam.