David Wiffen was created in Britain in 1942, however the singer/songwriter moved to Canada when he was 16. After playing Toronto’s folk locations for a couple of years, he relocated western to Calgary and Vancouver, liberating one solo recording in 1965, David Wiffen Live in the Bunkhouse. After using the Pacers and the kids (with Bruce Cockburn and Randy Patterson), he became a member of Three’s a Masses. While the music group was playing a display in NY, an professional from Fantasy authorized Wiffen to a single agreement. His self-titled debut recording made an appearance in 1971; it had been followed by Coastline to Coastline Fever (1973; re-released in 1994). David Wiffen offers since gained popularity for his poetry and additional writings.