18th December 2005
Showaddywaddy were featured in a Channel 4 programme at 10:00pm on Saturday 10th December entitled 'Bring Back The Christmas No. 1'. The band performed on a brand new Christmas record called "I'm Goin' Home" which has been written and produced by Rob Davis (ex Mud guitarist) who has had a lot of success recently with Kylie Minogue, Rachel Stevens & many more. Unfortunately, due to time constraints at EMI, the single will now not be released on on Monday 12th December as originally planned. However, it is available to download from the Channel 4 web-site Downloads section. The artist is shown as just 'David Essex', something which the band are not happy about!
Other artists featured on the record are members of Slade, Jona Lewie & David Essex. David Essex peforms the main vocals with Dave Bartram harmonising and doing answerbacks. The rest of Showaddywaddy provide backing vocals.

2nd July 2005
Time Out magazine recently featured their 'Greatest 100 London Gigs Ever' in the May/June edition of the magazine. Showaddywaddy featured at number 56 for the gig at Kilburn National on 7th September 1987, in which they were in a double header with German band Einstuzender Neubaten! Dave Bartram recalls, "We blew them off stage that night! It's unbelievable really as Live Aid is at number 50".

February 2005
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The latest CD was in the top-100 album charts for ten weeks over Christmas and the new year, spending six weeks in the top-75, peaking at 56. It was released on 15th November 2004 and includes a great new SWW track, "Woo Hoo", originally recorded by The Rock-A-Teens in 1959, and more recently by The 5678's and used in the Carling adverts during summer 2004. It has so far sold in excess of 80,000 copies.