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Katayama, Suzie Credited for playing strings on James' second studio album All The Lost Souls.

Kaul, Karl J Photographer based in the UK. Has taken many photographs of James. Was also the director of photography for the original Wisemen music video.

Kay, Ray Award winning Norwegian director and photographer based in Los Angeles. Director of the music video for the single Stay The Night. Ray has also directed music video's for Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Alesha Dixon amongst many other artists.

Kelly, Claude American singer, songwriter. Claude co-wrote with James and Steve Robson the song Into The Dark which features as a bonus Itunes track on James' third studio album Some Kind Of Trouble.

Klasfeld, Marc American director and filmaker. Director of the music video for the single So Far Gone. Marc has also previously directed music video's for Jay-Z, Foo Fighters, Nerina Pallot, Avril Lavigne amongst many other artists.

Kosovo In early 1998 large-scale fighting broke out in Kosovo, formerly an autonomous region within Serbia, between the Serbian government and Kosovar Albanians seeking independence. Although a ceasefire was agreed in October 1998 to allow refugees to find shelter and a European verification mission was deployed, violence continued. A peace conference, held in Paris, broke up on 19 March 1999 with the refusal of the Serbian delegation to accept the proposed settlement. On 24 March, NATO forces led by Britain and the United States began air attacks on Serbia - transforming NATO from a defensive to an offensive alliance. As the country that will be contributing the largest contingent in the peacekeeping force, Britain was given the honor of leading NATO troops into Kosovo, although the prize was diminished somewhat by the early arrival of the Russians. U.S. troops were 'bringing up the rear' said Lt. James Blount of the Royal Household Cavalry, a smile lighting up his face, betraying the often-unstated rivalry between the longtime NATO alliesWashington Post Newspaper, June 13th 1999 On June 13th 1999 NATO peacekeeping troops (KFOR) entered the Capital, Pristina. Lt. James Blount was one of the first Officers to enter the city leading a column of 30,000 troops. His experiences in Kosovo heavily influenced the song No Bravery. In September 2006 James returned to Kosovo to film a documentary film titled James Blunt: Return To Kosovo. The film was premiered at the South By South West Festival on March 10th 2007. The film also features a surprise performance James gave in front of 500 British Troops for the British Forces Foundation (BFF) on 25th September.

Kraus, Oliver Credited for arrangement and strings on James' re-recorded version of the single release of I Really Want You. Oliver has previously worked with Beth Orton, Tom McRae, Ash, Lifehouse, Duffy amongst many others.

Kristov, Sasha Credited as S. Kristov on James' debut studio album Back To Bedlam, contributing bass guitar. Sasha was recommended to James by Tom Rothrock. He has also contributed bass on albums by Badly Drawn Boy, Enrique Inglesias amongst many others and was recently the house bassist on the TV show 'Rockstar: INXS'.

Kubb British band. Kubb supported James on a mini UK tour during June 2005.

Kurstin, Greg American songwriter, producer, performer. Co-wrote the song Superstar with James for his third studio album Some Kind Of Trouble.

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