Kristin Diable is an American roots songwriter, singer and musician from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She has played Carnegie Hall and collaborated with artists such as Gary Lucas and Michael Einziger (guitarist for the band Incubus).

In her youth Diablee moved to New York City and spent five years there before moving to her current home in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Kristin is managed by George Stein, who is best known for his guidance in managing the late Jeff Buckley's music career.

"You only have to listen to a few seconds of Kristin Diable's "Sister Sadie" to hear that she sings songs that have roots in the blues, folk, and soul." -Voice of America

Kristin composed, performed and recorded the music for the current Jeep Grand Cherokee "We Build" ad campaign, airing nationwide.

Kristin's most current release "Extended Play" (July 2009) showcases new material as well as live tracks from her showcase at 2009's South by Southwest Music Conference in Austin, TX.


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