Forever for Now is the sixth studio album by Canadian rock band April Wine, released in January 1977. The album featured a variety of genres including Country and Western, Latin, Caribbean, Blues, Easy Listening, and Rock. Forever For Now, and single "You Won't Dance With Me," achieved platinum status in Canada.
Following the release of The Whole World's Goin' Crazy, Myles Goodwyn decided he wanted to record a solo album, focusing on his early influences, such as Buddy Holly and the Everley Brothers.
However, April Wine could not afford to take such a long break at this time, and much of the solo material was converted into band material, resulting in the album Forever For Now.
Myles Goodwyn: lead vocals, guitar, piano, backing vocals
Gary Moffet: lead guitar, backing vocals
Steve Lang: bass, backing vocals
Jerry Mercer: drums, percussion, vibes, backing vocals
Barry Kean: percussion
Judy Richards: backing vocals
Gail Mezo: backing vocals
Tony Grant: backing vocals
Produced by Myles Goodwyn
Mary Lou Gauthier: backing vocals
Pam Marsh: backing vocals