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Mark Wilkinson x Kenny Thomas – A Charity Single For Christina

British Soul Music legend, Kenny Thomas and House Producer Mark Wilkinson have come together on a very special collaboration, ‘Sweet Sweet Music’, to help fund the ongoing specialist treatment for Kenny’s daughter Christina, who was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour at the age of four, given just 6 months to live. Having rejected non-curing treatments in the UK, Kenny and his wife Francisca found help for Christina from German medical experts and she is now a happy 8-year-old who remains reasonably stable. The Thomas family continue to defy all the odds stacked against them and their fight goes on to help find funds for Christina’s ongoing expensive treatment.

Mark was inspired to help raise money for Christina after Kenny Thomas was a special guest on his Straight Talking series which you can watch again here.

DJ & Producer


Speak to anyone in and around the worldwide house music scene and they’ll have a story about when, where and how they’ve crossed paths with Mark Wilkinson. With various production monikers behind him (Problem Kids, Kidstuff and Dab Hands) and his own respected record label (Kidology London) consistently rocking the download charts, Mark can also claim a UK Top 10 track being the main man behind the ‘Lou Reed – Satellite of Love’ (Dab Hands remix) hit back in 2004.

Mark’s passion for music has never faded, as he continues to produce and release music and regularly releases DJ mixes on his MixCloud page.

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  • Access to Mark’s LIVE monthly online DJ sets.
  • Access to all Life Remixed club nights – in person or streamed online.

In addition, Mark guest DJ’s on Release Radio every 5 weeks on a Saturday night from 8pm-10pm.

Dab Hands ft Steve Edwards – Do Your Own Thing

Can you spot Mark Wilkinson’s guest appearance on this music video.

Mark Wilkinson vs Degrees of Motion – Shine On

Degrees of Motion’s 1992 club classic Shine On by house music connoisseur DJ Mark Wilkinson.