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Steve Anderson (musician)

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Steve Anderson (musician)

Steve Anderson was briefly a member of the band Scratch Acid.[1] His most recognisable work is as Kylie Minogue's collaborator on her recent tours and previous albums. He was a record producer and co-writer of many of the songs on Impossible Princess as well as some of her earlier and later albums.[2] His first work with Minogue was in 1992 when Brothers in Rhythm remixed Minogue's "Finer Feelings" - which was her final single release from a studio album with Stock Aitken Waterman for PWL Records.

He was at one time part of the duo Brothers in Rhythm with Dave Seaman; whose most famous single release was "Such A Good Feeling". He also sings and plays keyboards, drums and guitar.[1]

Anderson now works with Minogue on her tours as her musical director. This relationship began in 1995 for Minogue's appearances at T in the Park and continued through to Intimate and Live Tour, On A Night Like This Tour, Fever Tour, Money Can't Buy Showgirl: The Greatest Hits Tour, Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour, X, KYLIEX2008 as well as working on arrangements for Kylie's tour for her most recent album Aphrodite, the Aphrodite World Tour.

Steve is currently working with Elouise for whom he is writing and producing her first album.

External links

  • Steve Anderson Official website


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