King Creosote

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King Creosote in conversation with Marc Riley

King Creosote was live was Marc - hear clips from the session and the full interview.

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Kenny Anderson, known primarily by his stage name King Creosote, is an independent singer-songwriter from Fife, Scotland. To date, Anderson has released over forty albums, with his latest, From Scotland with Love, released in 2014. Anderson is also a member of Scottish-Canadian band The Burns Unit. In 2011, Anderson's collaborative album with Jon Hopkins, Diamond Mine, was nominated for the Mercury Prize.

Anderson's brothers are also musicians: Ian Anderson (known as Pip Dylan) and Gordon Anderson (Lone Pigeon) - who is lead singer and main songwriter with The Aliens. The three frequently collaborate at live shows and on album releases.

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  1. Review of Flick The Vs

    Flick The Vs 2009

    Reviewed by Sophie Bruce
    It's an absolute corker.
  2. Review of Bombshell

    Bombshell 2007

    Reviewed by Chris Long
    If a musical career is a motorway, then Bombshell puts King Creosote into fifth gear...
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