Kenny Anderson, known primarily by his stage name King Creosote, is an independent singer-songwriter from Fife, Scotland. He is the man behind Fence, a musical collective and record label based in the East Neuk of Fife. 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 and the Scottish Album of the Year Award.
With a career spanning decades, King Creosote has established himself as one of Scotland's most respected musicians. His unique blend of folk and indie rock has captivated audiences worldwide. Inspired by artists such as James Yorkston and Malcolm Middleton, King Creosote's music delves into introspective themes while maintaining an infectious melodic quality.
Known for his distinctive vocals and heartfelt lyrics, King Creosote continues to push boundaries in the music industry. Collaborating with fellow artists like Steve Mason and Aidan Moffat has allowed him to explore new sounds and expand his creative horizons. With an extensive discography that includes critically acclaimed albums like "Kenny & Beth's Musakal Boat Rides" and "From Scotland with Love," King Creosote remains a driving force in the contemporary folk scene.