I noticed that this Blog was set up in such a way that supplying an email address was necessary in order to comment. I felt that asking for persons wishing to comment on my BLOG to give out their email address a bit intrusive and a turn off for some. And a wee bit to time consuming. It would be for me at times. So now you can  comment/talk all you wish without having to divulge your personal email address, only your name is required. If even that`s too much, then just make one up, but it would be nice to know who I`m really chatting with. Your call folks.

Thank you for your interest and the comments so far, it`s been real nice “talking ” with you.

be well,





    June 18, 2013 at 8:47 am

    Internet anonymity is a sacred right. Use it or lose it 😉

    Oldernewfan (Denise)

    June 18, 2013 at 1:47 pm

    Just found this blog area. I’m a AW Forum user, but not on Facebook, so obviously I miss alot of band info. Thanks for taking the time to write and share some info over here again. I’ll be sure to check daily again.

    Myles Goodwyn

    June 18, 2013 at 6:22 pm

    Really glad you found it Denise! Welcome.

    Paul LeBlanc

    June 18, 2013 at 5:32 pm

    I have been listening to your band since I was quite young and have enjoyed it over many many years. I know I have seen some pictures of you connecting with some of the original members (Henmans) , but do you also hear from some of the members (post Henman era) and what they were into after AW ? i.e Gary , Steve , Jerry

    Myles Goodwyn

    June 18, 2013 at 9:50 pm

    I don`t really hear from Mercer, Moffet or Lang nor Ritchie Henman. Jerry did join us on stage for a tune (Sign of The Gypsy Queen )last years as did David (Drop Your Guns and You Could Have Been A Lady.) Jim Henman and I stay in touch. I played a guitar solo on one of Jim`s songs recently. It would be nice to see everyone someday under pleasant circumstances.( not a funeral!)
    Steve Lang got into financial investments and has done very well. Ritchie became a window display designer. Jim worked as a technician in a hospital in the Halifax area until retirement and now continues to write and record music.
    David stuck with music of course.

    wayne seguin

    June 18, 2013 at 11:42 pm

    Myles whats the chances of the band pounding out silver dollar again live,and also more of the newer stuff like that’s love,or a jewel like Anajo live would rock as I have never seen it or heard of it being done live.

    Jen & Mary

    June 19, 2013 at 12:23 am

    Love the graphic, Myles! We both got a laugh out of it! It’s strange and funny, the two ingredients that definitely make life interesting! Keep up the good blogging! 😀


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