SP Music Management act as agent for Haywoode.
Haywoode’s performing career began at an early age at London’s Corona Stage Academy, inspired by her iconic father, Don Haywoode of The Velours and The Fantastics.
Her career started with modeling, dancing and acting roles in British television shows, which led to her recording career. Haywoode has appeared in the films, Ragtime, Superman & several others.
She starred in the West End theatre production of Bubbling Brown Sugar, and appeared regularly on Europe’s longest running TV show, “Top of The Pops.”
Her debut single, “A Time Like This”, reached the Top 5 in the US Hot Dance Club Play Chart and established her distinctive brand of soulful funk/pop.
Haywoode released a succession of singles in the 80s – including tracks produced by Stock, Aitken & Waterman, “You’d Better Not Fool Around”, “I Can’t Let You Go” and “Getting Closer” which was later recorded by Kylie Minogue.
In 1986 her hit song “Roses” reached #11 in the UK Pop Charts. Her debut album Arrival includes her tribute to Prince with her rendition of “I Wanna Be Your Lover”.
In 2010 “Getting Closer” was reissued by Energise records.
In 2010 Cherry Red’s Cherry Pop label released a digitally-remastered “Arrival” – Special Edition, remastered from original master tapes and featuring seven bonus tracks, the Special Edition also boasts a 16-page booklet containing extensive sleeve notes and interviews, lyrics, illustrated discography and additional pictures.
In 2011 Haywoode released an album named “Bounce Back”, collaborating with different producers in Australia, Netherlands, Italy and US.
In the summer of 2012, she created a music production company “Wonderlick Productions” with her writing partner and music producer Soundsinsane. The song Excuses reached #6 on Euro Solution’s Independent Hi Energy Dance Chart in UK.
In 2014 Haywoode released the single “Sugaboo”.
In 2018 Cherry Red Records released the ROSES – Remixes & Rarities Album. Remastered and compiled direct from the original CBS master tapes, “Roses: Remixes & Rarities” marks the first time that the majority of tracks have ever been made available on CD. Additionally, this collection features four previously unreleased masters, including 1984’s ‘Divided Love’ and, from 1986, ‘Play With Boys’ and Bryan “Chuck” New’s full-length remix of ‘I’m Your Puppet’. With direct input from Sid Haywoode herself, this release boastsed an extensive booklet containing her personal commentary, a fully illustrated discography, lyrics and previously unseen shots from the archive of esteemed photographer Johnny Rozsa.
Haywoode has recently signed to Energise records and is currently working on new music for 2018.
She continues to perform shows around the world.