Steve Anderson (musician)

Steve Anderson
Steve Anderson (born 1969 in Southend) is a British musician, songwriter and record producer, whose most recognisable work is as Kylie Minogue's collaborator on her tours and previous albums.wikipedia
212 Related Articles

Brothers in Rhythm

BIRSuch a Good Feeling
Steve Anderson began his musical career at DMC Studios as one half of remix/production team Brothers in Rhythm with Dave Seaman.
Brothers in Rhythm are an English electronic music trio consisting of producers / remixers and DJs Steve Anderson, Dave Seaman and Alan Bremner.

Kylie Minogue

KylieKylie [MinogueKylie Ann Minogue
Steve Anderson (born 1969 in Southend) is a British musician, songwriter and record producer, whose most recognisable work is as Kylie Minogue's collaborator on her tours and previous albums.
It was produced by dance music producers the Brothers In Rhythm, namely Dave Seaman and Steve Anderson, who had previously produced "Finer Feelings", her last single with PWL.

Dave Seaman

David Seaman
Steve Anderson began his musical career at DMC Studios as one half of remix/production team Brothers in Rhythm with Dave Seaman.
He formed Brothers In Rhythm with Steve Anderson, doing production work for (amongst others) Pet Shop Boys and Kylie Minogue and remixes for David Bowie, New Order, U2, Michael Jackson and many more.

Impossible Princess

Other SidesLive and Other Sidesalbum of the same name
According to Lee Barron, he felt the image of the music video was an example and opening of "Indie Kylie"; an image that later progressed through the work of her 1997 album Impossible Princess. After completing Impossible Princess for Minogue in 1997, Anderson continued to write with Minogue for the album that became Light Years. Though its chart performance was somewhat lackluster, a key success of Kylie Minogue's Impossible Princess era was her live tour Intimate and Live in 1998.
In order to help produce the album, she attended each music session with Steve Anderson and Seaman to learn about composing, arranging instruments, and "distorting" sections of the album's tracks.

Light Years (Kylie Minogue album)

Light YearsKylie MingoueLight Years" / "I Feel Love
After completing Impossible Princess for Minogue in 1997, Anderson continued to write with Minogue for the album that became Light Years.
"So Now Goodbye" was written by Minogue and Steve Anderson.

Flower (Kylie Minogue song)

FlowerFlower" (Kylie Minogue song)
As part of Kylie Minogue's K25 celebrations, Anderson also produced The Abbey Road Sessions album, on which he co-wrote the single "Flower".
The song was originally written by Minogue and Steve Anderson of Brothers in Rhythm for Minogue's tenth studio album X (2007), but it did not make the final cut.

Disco Mix Club

DMCDMC PublishingDMC Remix
Steve Anderson began his musical career at DMC Studios as one half of remix/production team Brothers in Rhythm with Dave Seaman.
The first DJs who created the remixes and megamixes are among the best known: Alan Coulthard (who is also the creator of "Megamix" 1 taken on behalf of the DMC), Sanny Xenokottas (Sanny X), Les Adams, Chad Jackson, Dave Seaman, Steve Anderson, Peter Slaghuis, Daniel Culot (DJ Jaguar from 1986 to 1990, one of the creators/producers of the Belgian new beat movement in 1988), Paul Dakeyne and Ben Liebrand.

Sound of the Underground (album)

Sound of the Undergrounddebut album of the same nameDon't Want You Back
He also co-wrote and produced "Everything You Ever Wanted" for the English-Irish Pop Girl group Girls Aloud's debut album Sound of the Underground (Polydor / Universal International).
Girls Aloud worked with a variety of mostly British musicians and producers, such as Betty Boo, the Beatmasters, Graham Stack, Steve Anderson and Tim Kellett, and reunited with Higgins and Xenomania.

Intimate and Live (concert tour)

Intimate and LiveIntimate and Live TourIntimate & Live Tour
Though its chart performance was somewhat lackluster, a key success of Kylie Minogue's Impossible Princess era was her live tour Intimate and Live in 1998.
Minogue confirmed the tour after her creative directors, William Baker and Steve Anderson, had discussed the idea with her.

1000 Stars

album of the same nameSupersensual
He also collaborated with Australian singer Natalie Bassingthwaighte on the song "Supersensual" for her number 1 selling album 1000 Stars (Sony).
She wrote and recorded 1000 Stars over three months in London, Los Angeles and Sweden with several songwriters and producers, including Paul Barry, Steve Anderson, Jimmy Harry and Ina Wroldsen, among others.

Kiss Me Once Tour

Kiss Me Once Live at the SSE HydroKiss Me Once: Live at the SSE HydroKiss Me Once
This relationship continues with Anderson providing essential arrangement production work for Kylie Minogue's On a Night Like This tour (2001), KylieFever tour (2002), Money Can't Buy (2004), Showgirl: The Greatest Hits Tour (2005), Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour (2006-2007), KylieX2008 (2008-2009), For You, for Me (2009), Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour (2011), Anti Tour (2012), Kiss Me Once Tour (2014-2015) and A Kylie Christmas at the Royal Albert Hall (2015-2016).
First details about the tour were announced around one month before tour started, during launch promotion of Glacéau Smartwater, of which Kylie is the official ambassador; also the crew members were announced, on 13 September, including Minogue's longtime partners creative director William Baker, musical director Steve Anderson, and choreographer Ashley Wallen, the latter previously had served as a dancer in Kylie's 1998 Intimate & Live Tour.

Home for Christmas (Susan Boyle album)

Home for ChristmasHome for Christmas'' (Susan Boyle album)
In 2013 he produced Susan Boyle's Home for Christmas album.

Money Can't Buy

Body Language LiveDVDone-off concert
This relationship continues with Anderson providing essential arrangement production work for Kylie Minogue's On a Night Like This tour (2001), KylieFever tour (2002), Money Can't Buy (2004), Showgirl: The Greatest Hits Tour (2005), Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour (2006-2007), KylieX2008 (2008-2009), For You, for Me (2009), Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour (2011), Anti Tour (2012), Kiss Me Once Tour (2014-2015) and A Kylie Christmas at the Royal Albert Hall (2015-2016).
William Baker and Alan MacDonald served as creative and art directors, respectively, while Michael Rooney and Steve Anderson worked on the choreography and musical arrangements.

Kylie Christmas

Kyle Christmasoriginal studio album
In 2015 he produced songs on Westlife's Markus Feehily album Fire and numerous songs for Kylie Minogue's Christmas album, Kylie Christmas (Parlophone).
Minogue served as the album's executive producer, and enlisted Steve Anderson, Ash Howes, Richard "Biff" Stannard, Charles Pignone, Matt Prime, and Stargate to produce the tracks.

Did It Again (Kylie Minogue song)

Did It AgainDid It Again" (Kylie Minogue song)
Minogue had written the track with Steve Anderson and Dave Seaman, and it was produced by Minogue in collaboration with Brothers in Rhythm.

Cowboy Style

Minogue co-wrote the track with Steve Anderson and Dave Seaman while Brothers in Rhythm produced it.

Prismophonic

In 2011, he was reunited with Christophe Willem, producing his entire Prismophonic album for Columbia / Sony Music.

Claire Richards

Claire
In 2018, he produced and wrote a couple of tracks on the solo debut album of Steps' singer Claire Richards.
The track was arranged and produced by Steve Anderson with whom Richards was now working on a full album.

Fever (Kylie Minogue album)

FeverBurning UpFever'' (Kylie Minogue album)
He also co-wrote Dancefloor and Give It To Me on the follow-up album Fever, which reached the number one slot in the UK, Australian, Austrian, German and Irish album charts and number 3 on the US Billboard 200.

Caféine

He co-wrote and produced the song "Entre Nous et le Sol" for French singer Christophe Willem's album Caféine(Columbia Records / Sony Music, which was subsequently released as a single in 2010 with the English-language version of the album, Heartbox with the restored original title, State of Grace.

Confide in Me

This led to production work for the Pet Shop Boys, Take That (including the No.1s Never Forget and Sure) and Minogue's debut album for Deconstruction Records in 1994, including "Confide In Me" which he co-wrote and produced.
The track was written by Steve Anderson, Dave Seaman, and Owain Barton, whilst production was handled by British trio Brothers in Rhythm.

Cliff Masterson

He also co-produced the debut album ‘Brave’ by 15 year old Beau Dermott for (Decca) Records with Cliff Masterson
Cliff has co-produced three albums for multi million selling artist Susan Boyle with Steve Anderson.

The Abbey Road Sessions (Kylie Minogue album)

The Abbey Road SessionsThe Abbey Road Sessions'' (Kylie Minogue album)
As part of Kylie Minogue's K25 celebrations, Anderson also produced The Abbey Road Sessions album, on which he co-wrote the single "Flower".
All tracks produced by Steve Anderson and Colin Elliot, except "Flower" produced by Steve Anderson.

Rent (musical)

RentMark CohenRent Remixed
In 2007, alongside working on the Showgirl tour, Anderson and others from Kylie Minogue's creative team, including choreographer Ashley Wallen, vocal arranger Terry Ronald and creative director William Baker, opened their re-worked version of Jonathan Larson's musical Rent, Rent: Remixed at London's Duke of York's Theatre.
The rehaul of the score was masterminded by Steve Anderson and featured radically rearranged versions of Out Tonight, Today 4 U, Over the Moon and Happy New Year.