6th December 2006
Showaddywaddy's DVD will be released in March 2007. It will contain old TV appearances, mainly from Europe, and also the promo video that the band filmed for "Hey England" in the summer.

2nd December 2006
Showaddywaddy will be featuring in Peter Kay's next charity single, a cover of The Proclaimers' 1988 hit "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)”. The video was filmed on 24th November at Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire and should be released in March 2007!

Also, the news that many fans have been waiting for - at long last, a Showaddywaddy DVD will be released next year.

24th September 2006
The tour dates for 2007's "Rewind Tour" have been announced today.

Showaddywaddy will be featuring in a 9-date arena tour round the UK in April next year. The band will be opening for The Osmonds, David Essex and David Cassidy.

1st September 2006
A new tour featuring Showaddywaddy in 2007 will be announced in the national press today.

24th July 2006
The new album has currently sold around 8,000 copies which Dave Bartram describes as "deperately disappointing", but hardly surprising with absolutely no promotion from Demon. .

24th June 2006
"Hey England!" has at last been made available to download - nearly a month into the World Cup!

12th June 2006
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Showaddywaddy's new album was officially released today. The band recorded "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" throughout March, April and May.

Whereas the band were famous in the '70s for their revivals of '50s songs, the new album contains revivals of songs originally made famous in the '70s!

The album can be purchased from HMV, Virgin, Woolworths, Asda - it will also be available via their online stores - and also stocked by Amazon and Play.com.

7th June 2006
The official release date for the album is 12th June, but it appears that it has sneaked out on Monday 5th - a number of fans have got their hands on it already!

The TV advert will not now be shown on TV - Demon state that demand was not as they had hope from retailers with regards to the album and single. The single will not be released as Demon believe "it is not a viable proposition".
Dave Bartram said he is ‘extremely disappointed with Demon Music Group’.

3rd June 2006
"Hey England!" will be rush released as a single next week! The band are filming a promo video for it in Truro today - they have a gig there tonight, which is why they are filming it at that venue.

21st May 2006
The TV advert is now available to view online at Showaddywaddy.net! It will not get its first TV airing until June 4th!

Also, the track "Hey England!" is due to be available as a download only single on HMV and Virgin Digital soon.

17th May 2006
The track listing of the new album has been announced. The album is called "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" and contains covers of songs made famous in the 1970s, along with the band's World Cup song "Hey England!" and also, "Old Habits Die Hard", a track recorded by the band in 1988 which they are extremely proud of and glad to make it available after all these years!

20th April 2006
The band will be performing live on the Jonathan Ross Radio 2 show on Saturday 22nd April at around 12:00 midday. They will be performing acoustically in the studio and Jonathan will be giving the first ever public airing of Showaddywaddy's football world cup song, "Hey England!"

7th April 2006
The release date of the album has been put back to 5th June 2006

13th March 2006
The new album will be released on 29th May 2006. No news yet as to what the album is called, or of any song titles that will be featured.

29th January 2006
The band are bringing out a brand new album in June this year on the Demon label. They are recording throughout March and the album will be TV advertised.
Dave and the rest of the guys are really upbeat and enthusiastic about it.
There will be 20 songs on the CD, including 'Old Habits Die Hard' which was recorded by the band in 1988 and as yet unreleased.
Dave is pleased that this will be out for the fans to hear after all this time as he says it is one of the best songs the band have recorded in their career.