Kenny Anderson, known primarily by his stage name King Creosote, is an
Scotland. To date, Anderson has released over forty albums, with his latest,
Flick the Vs, released on April 20, 2009.
In 1995, local
musician Kenny Anderson launched his own label,
Fence, and began recording albums under the name King Creosote.
Today, Anderson runs Fence Records alongside
To this end,
KC Rules OK was re-released in 2006 with different versions of some songs,
and a version of the album called "Chorlton and the Wh'earlies" recorded with
The Earlies was available with some purchases.
Bombshell was released with an additional disc, a DVD film of King Creosote
and friends on tour.
In a June 2008 interview on BBC Radio 6music, mistakenly introduced as "King
Creole", he told Tom Robinson that he'd like to play a festival every weekend
this Summer and then return home for the weekdays.
In the 2007 film
Hallam Foe two of his songs, The Someone Else and King Bubbles in Sand, were
THE OBSERVER**** - "Marvellous…his finest moment yet"
THE INDEPENDENT**** - "A gently gorgeous album"
THE DAILY RECORD**** - "Remarkable…a must have album"