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Pat & Mick

Let's All Chant

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Pat & Mick

I Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet

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Pat & Mick

Use It Up And Wear It Out

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Pat & Mick

Gimme Some

Pat and Mick were a British vocal duo, consisting of popular radio personalities Pat Sharp and Mick Brown, both of whom are from London. They released a charity single, a cover version, each year from 1988 to 1993, achieving a top-10 hit with their 1989 single "I Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet". The royalties from their record sales were donated to Capital FM's 'Help A London Child' charity. All their singles were produced by Stock Aitken & Waterman, except "Shake Your Groove Thing" and "Hot Hot Hot", both of which were produced by Stock & Waterman. With their last single released in 1993, they have no immediate plans to collaborate on future charity singles. In 1993, they released their only album "Don't Stop Dancin'", which compiled all their singles and b-sides on a continuous mix.

In 2010, Pat & Mick appeared on the Identity Parade round on Never Mind the Buzzcocks. However, Phill Jupitus's team were only asked to identify Mick.[1]

In 2011, Sharp entered I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!. Also in 2011, iTunes re-released "I Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet".

In November 2011, Brown started hosting the 'Drive Time' and 'Saturday Breakfast' radio shows on 107.8 Radio Jackie, while Sharp presented the Weekend Breakfast slot on Smooth Radio.

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