Steve Anderson

Steve Anderson was briefly a member of the band Scratch Acid. His most recognisable work is as part of "Brothers in Rhythm" and 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.

In the earkt nineties he was part of the duo "Brothers in Rhythm" together with Dave Seaman; whose most famous single release was "Such A Good Feeling". He also sings and plays keyboards, drums and guitar. 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.

In 1997 Steve was asked to be the Musical Director for Kylie’s ‘Intimate And Live’ Tour in Australia and from then to the present day Steve has been Musical Director for every Kylie live appearance including The Queens Diamond Jubilee, The Sydney Olympics and her incredible groundbreaking tours including “Aphrodite Les Folies” in 2011 featuring the legendary fountain stage.. He has also been Kylie’s long term co-writer and produced tracks on her albums (including the critically acclaimed “Impossible Princess”, the hugely successful “Fever” and most recently the single “Flower”.