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Kristin Korb

born on 29/10/1969 in Billings, MT, United States

Kristin Korb

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Kristin Korb

Kristin Korb is an American jazz upright bassist and vocalist.


Korb studied at Eastern Montana College and the University of California, San Diego.[1] She also studied with Ray Brown, with whom she made her recording debut, released in 1996.[2]

Since moving to Los Angeles in 2002, she has performed across North America.[3] She taught at Azuza Pacific and University Southern California, where she was coordinator of vocal jazz studies. After getting married in July 2011 to a Dane, Morten Stove, Co-Founder of DPA Microphones, she moved to Copenhagen, Denmark.

She has performed and recorded with jazz artists such as Llew Mathews, Kim Richmond, Steve Barnes, Ray Brown, Jeff Hamilton, Bruce Forman, Jan Lundgren, Alex Riel, Harry Allen, Aaron Serfaty, Otmaro Ruiz, Mary Fettig, Jacob Fischer. Her current band consists of Snorre Kirk (dr) and Magnus Hjorth (pn).


  • "What's Your Story"
  • "In the Meantime"
  • "Why Can't You Behave"
  • "Get Happy"
  • "Where You'll Find Me"
  • "Introducing Kristin Korb"


  1. Yanow, Scott. [Kristin Korb at All Music Guide Kristin Korb: Biography]. Allmusic. Retrieved on 30 April 2011.
  2. Nathan, Dave. [Kristin Korb at All Music Guide Introducing Kristin Korb With the Ray Brown Trio: Review]. Allmusic. Retrieved on 30 April 2011.
  3. Jolley, Craig (3 June 2004). Meet Bassist/Vocalist Kristin Korb. Allaboutjazz. Retrieved on 30 April 2011.

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