In the beautiful setting of The Bloomsbury Ballroom Kylie performed songs from her “Kiss Me Once” album as well as a few reinvented classics with her band and dancers in front of 300 incredibly lucky competition winners.
Following on from her breathtaking headline performance in 2013 , Delta was asked back to appear on her very own float in the 2014 parade performing a spectacular medley to the incredible Sydney crowd put together again by Delta, Squared Division, Steve Anderson and Vince Pizzinga.
Some Girl I Used to Know is a brand new one woman play featuring a mix tape of songs from the 80s and 90s including Culture Club, and Soft Cell. This romantic comedy stars and is co-written by Denise Van Outen alongside Terry Ronald with Musical Supervision and Arrangements by Steve Anderson.
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Produced by Steve Anderson and Cliff Masterson this beautiful album showcases the incredible vocals of Susan Boyle against a warm festive backdrop of amazing musicians including The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Johnny Mathis and the truly epic duet with Elvis Presley.More Info
A one off corporate spectacular from Kylie and her fabulous band and dancers featuring an incredible setlist and new versions of “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”, “Slow” and “Timebomb”.
The beautiful and brilliant Leona Lewis presents her first theatre tour directed by Emma Bull with Musical Direction by Steve Anderson. Backed by an incredible band and string section she showcases her incredible voice set against a breathtaking backdrop.More Info
The beautiful Delta Goodrem performed a breathtaking 16 minute medley of her best known songs all remixed especially for the occasion by Steve Anderson who returned as Musical Director for the headline act along with Squared Division for the second year running after Kylie’s 2012 performance.More Info
Directed by Wiliam Baker and with Musical Direction by Steve Anderson and Terry Ronald , Orchid is Miami’s newest
theatrical experience, a cocktail of song, dance, glamour, burlesque, aerial acrobatics and variety arts set inside The Pleasure Garden, a seductive throwback to the pleasure gardens of the 19th century.
The truly brilliant Little Mix performed two songs on Radio One’s Live Lounge in November including their version of Mumford & Son’s “I Will Wait” arranged by Steve Anderson , Maegan Cottone and Cliff Masterson.More Info
On September 8th 2012 Kylie headlined BBC Radio 2′s Proms In The Park in front of 42000 people accompanied by her band, backing singers, the BBC Concert Orchestra and the London Community Gospel Choir performing arrangements from the Steve Anderson produced “Abbey Road Sessions” album released on October 29th.More Info
Two specially commissioned pieces composed by Steve Anderson and Cliff Masterson for the London 2012 Olympics Gymnastics Presentations.More Info
Prestigiously opening the biggest ever live event put on by BBC Radio One , Leona Lewis performed an incredible set of new and old material including guest appearances by Wretch 32 and The Hackney Empire Community Gospel Choir.
Set against the incredible backdrop of Buckingham Palace and alongside performers including Paul McCartney, Elton John and Shirley Bassey, Kyile performed a 4 song medley with band and the BBC Concert Orchestra featuring her dancers and the fabulous street dance crew Flawless.
A unique experience, for super fans only. As part of her K25 celebrations Kylie and her band performed just 7 shows of B-Sides, Album tracks and Rarities in Sydney, Melbourne , Manchester and London to incredible reaction and critical acclaim.
With Production and Arrangements by Steve Anderson, Colin Elliot and Cliff Masterson , Kylie , her band and strings re-interpreted some of her best loved songs as part of this project recorded in the hallowed Studio 2 at Abbey Road.
The first two videos from these sessions (“Finer Feelings” and “On A Night Like This”) were uploaded to YouTube as part of her K25 celebrations of one video on the 25th of each month this year.
A beautiful piano and string arrangement of “I Should Be So Lucky” performed by Kylie on the X Factor Australia Grand Final.
Director : William Baker/Squared Division
Musical Director: Steve Anderson
The most lavish and elaborate Kylie tour so far incorporated fountains, greek Gods, chariots, Pegasus and her very own angel which she rode across the arena. The night ended with a spectacular water and aerial choreography display accompanying the truly uplifting “All The Lovers”.More Info
A smash-hit modern cabaret burlesque experience embodying a sublime and sensuous cocktail of Burlesque, Cabaret, Pop and Comedy – full of cheeky, playful themes and incredible musical arrangements.
Starring the delectable Miss Polly Rae and her Hurly Burly Girlies, the show puts a burlesque twist on pop classics.
One part pop diva, one part little voice. Elouise is a vocal tour de force. Now, fresh from her UK Little Belter tour the petite powerhouse is back in the studio working on her album with producer Steve Anderson and continuing her Little Belter residency at Madame Jo Jo’s in the heart of Soho.
Songs Produced by Steve Anderson and Terry Ronald
From writer Terry Ronald (Becoming Nancy. The Hurly Burly Show) and musical director Steve Anderson (Kylie, The Hurly Burly Show) comes a bittersweet tale of a girl who simply had no choice but to sing! Elouise earned her name “Little Belter” due to her small frame and massive voice which she uses in this fabulously glamorous show full of the best songs of all time.More Info
The third album for Sony by French superstar Christophe Willem pulls together a truly stellar cast with Production/Writing and Executive Production by Steve Anderson and contributions from Freemasons, Biff Stannard, Karen Poole, Jamie Hartman, Richard X and Hannah RobinsonMore Info
After 13 years together, top Irish boy band Westlife appeared in their last-ever TV special. Christine Bleakley presents this incredible show in which the boys perform their greatest hits live in front of a studio audience backed by their incredible band and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.More Info
Headlining BBC Radio 2′s prestigious concerts in Hyde Park, Westlife took to the stage in London to perform some of their greatest hits accompanied by the almighty BBC Concert Orchestra.More Info
This RCA album contains 2 songs co-written by Steve and Mark Feehily from the band. Their co-writer on”I Will Reach You” was Jamie Hartman and “Before Its Too Late” Simon Petty who also penned “Talk Me Down” from the bands “Where We Are” album produced by Steve.More Info
To celebrate the announcement of Radio 1′s series of concerts in Hackney for the 2012 Olympic Games Leona Lewis performed with her band and the Heritage Orchestra at the legendary Hackney Empire.More Info
Kylie along with her band and strings joined Ken Bruce for an intimate acoustic session in front of a small audience at Maida Vale Studios.
Performances included an orchestral take on “Confide In Me” and hits from Aphrodite.
Kylie and her band celebrated the huge success of “All The Lovers” by performing a stripped down version of it along with a beautiful cover of Hurt’s “Wonderful Life” , an Ibiza chilled version of “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” and “Get Outta My Way”
Musical Director: Steve Anderson
Strings Arranged By Steve Anderson And Cliff Masterson
Set against the stunning backdrop of the Sphinx and pyramids Kylie, her band and dancers performed a full set to celebrate Enigma magazine’s 10 Year Anniversary.
Directed By William Baker
Musical Director: Steve Anderson
Choreographer: Tony Testa
Westlife performed their hits stripped back in an intimate show for fans backed by their incredible band plus strings and choir. Highlights included their take on Coldplay’s classic ‘Viva La Vida”More Info
Kylie has appeared twice on this fabulous BBC show set on New Years Eve – its a massive party and also gives her opportunity to perform songs outside of her regular catalogue – in this case “Try Your Wings” (Blossom Dearie) and ‘Come On Strong’ (Lena Horne)More Info
Following on from the incredible success of the “Cafeine” album Christophe Willem mounted a spectacular show showcasing an incredible British band with arrangements by Steve Anderson and choreography from Aaron Sillis.More Info
After a year off Westlife returned triumphantly with not only one of their best albums but a landmark live show to support it. Featuring all of their best loved hits some reworked especially by Steve Anderson including a Franki Valli inspired twist on “Uptown Girl” and stripping Barry Manilow’s beautiful “Mandy” right back to piano and strings.
“Entre Nous Et La Sol” Written by Steve Anderson/Lisa Greene/Steve Lee/Skye. Taken from the Sony Album “Cafeine”
“State Of Grace” Written by Steve Anderson/Lisa Greene/Steve Lee. Taken from the Sony Album “Cafeine”
Produced and Mixed by Steve Anderson
Vocals by Kylie Minogue and Dannii Minogue
Produced by Ian Masterson and Steve Anderson
Mixed by Ian Masterson
Orchestral Arrangement by Steve Anderson
Backing Vocals by Terry Ronald
From the soundtrack of the BBC Show “Beautiful People’
A documentary following Kylie’s return back from illness putting together her Showgirl Homecoming Tour and featuring the most intimate moments ever captured of the star with a soundtrack featuring specially recorded versions of “White Diamond”, “You Are There” and many others produced by Steve Anderson.More Info
Directed by William Baker and starring Siobhan Donaghy, Denise Van Outen and Luke Evans with Musical Direction and Arrangements by Steve Anderson and Vocal Arrangements by Terry Ronald.More Info
A one off ITV special around the release of the X album featuring stylised performances and sketches. Highlights include gorgeous reworking’s of “I Believe In You” and ‘Tears On My Pillow”.More Info
Celebrating her incredibly successful album “X” this show mixed futuristic with classic showgirl elements to create a thrilling show full of surprises. It also included the unreleased gem “Flower” written by Steve Anderson and Kylie.More Info
The first time Steve and William Baker had worked together outside of the Kylie camp proved to be a real spectacular with Westlife pushing all of the buttons especially on a big band reworking of “Uptown Girl” and a “Billie Jean” inspired version of their song ‘She’s Back”.
The debut album from two identical twins from Canada with the most incredible voices. This Universal Classics album includes song contributions, production and arrangements from Steve Anderson as well as Judie Tzuke, Jamie Hartman and Amy Foster amongst others.
Written by Steve Anderson/Lisa Greene/Steve Lee. Taken from the Sony Album “In The Zone”
Produced by Mark Taylor
Drum/Bass and Keyboard programming by Steve Anderson
To promote the “Fever” album this show took a contemporary twist on a classic theme and included breathtaking moments including “The Crying Game Medley” and a street dance section based around the song “Cowboy Style”. The show pushed all the limits particularly choreographically with Rambert’s Rafael Bonachela making his debut on a pop show.More Info
A spectacular Greatest Hits tour with all the glitz and glamour of the Lido including a timeless performance of “Over The Rainbow” with Kylie perched on a crescent moon.More Info
Money Can’t Buy was a one-off, invitation only concert in support of Kylie Minogue’s 2003 album, Body Language held at the Hammersmith Apollo in London. It included a beautiful take on her song ‘Breathe” mixed with Serge Gainsbourg’s seminal classic ‘Je T’aime’ and a “Singing In The Rain” inspired version of “On A Night Like This.
This lavishly opulent show followed the success of Kylie’s “Light Years” album and included many highlights such as her unique take on Olivia Newton John’s “Physical” and a big band reworking of “Better The Devil You Know”More Info
For the 2000 Olympics Closing Ceremony the now legendary version of “Dancing Queen” and the Paralympics Opening a stirring orchestral/choir arrangement of “Waltzing Matilda” leading into an epic version of “Celebration” with choir , strings and band.
Musical Director: Steve Anderson
Strings And Choir arranged by Steve Anderson and Chong Lim
Choreographer: William Forsythe
The first live show William Baker and Steve Anderson worked on together in 1998 which started out as a small 7 date tour and ended up at over 40 shows. It was also the birthplace of Kylie’s version of “Dancing Queen” which she would later reprise at The Sydney OlympicsMore Info
The second album for deConstruction and often cited as a true Kylie fans favourite album this was a real departure for the star and showed a much more intimate side to her songwriting and lyrics especially on songs like “Too Far” and “Drunk”.
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Written by Steve Anderson/Dave Seaman/Barton
Produced by Brothers In Rhythm
From the deConstruction album “Kylie Minogue”