TORONTO - Canadian rockers April Wine will be inducted into the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame next year.

The group will receive the honour, as well as a Lifetime Achievement Award, at the Canadian Radio Music Awards on March 13 in Toronto, organizers announced Monday.

The awards are part of the 27th annual Canadian Music Week, which runs March 11 to 14.

April Wine emerged from Nova Scotia in 1969 and went on to record at least 16 albums with hits including "You Could Have Been a Lady" and "Just Between You and Me."

Several musicians have joined and left the group over the years.

Today's lineup includes three original members -- Myles Goodwyn, Brian Greenway and Jerry Mercer -- as well as Breen LeBoeuf.