Kiki Ebsen - An evening of jazz featuring pianist, Jeff Colella and bassist Chris Colangelo

Los Angeles Jazz Society, Agoura, CA

LOS ANGELES JAZZ SOCIETY PRESENTS: AN EVENING WITH KIKI EBSEN & FRIENDS Jeff Colella, piano, AND Chris Colangelo, acoustic bass with Q&A to follow - hosted by Mark Christian Miller Kiki Ebsen—Singer/Songwriter whose touring and performing career spans jazz (Al Jarreau) to pop/rock (Boz Scaggs, Christopher Cross), R&B (James Ingram), and more. She incorporates elements of each as a solo artist and main stage performer, having come from international touring years as a keyboard player/backing vocalist. Her recent recording, “Scarecrow Sessions,” a tribute to her father’s entertainment career, featured straight-ahead jazz performances. Her favorite Joni Mitchell songs, on “Cool Songs, Vol. 2” feature her interpretation of Mitchell’s melodies and standout lyrics. Kiki’s performance for the L.A. Jazz Society with Jeff Colella and Chris Colangelo coincides with the debut of her most recent album, “Fill Me Up,” combining adult contemporary, Americana, pop, rock and jazz styles. The powerful combination is sheer delight.

THIS EVENT IS FREE to watch. There is no cost to view this live performance but registration is required to obtain your ZOOM log-in information.

Once you register, you will be sent information as to how to access this fabulous program. All donations you ARE able to make are much appreciated and will support the educational programs of the LA Jazz Society.

You will be sent your zoom log-in credentials approximately one hour before the performance.

When you log into zoom, you will be placed in a waiting room and admitted at 6:50pm a few minutes before the performance begins.

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Following the performance, we will have a short Q&A - during the performance you may insert your questions on the ZOOM chat line.

LOS ANGELES JAZZ SOCIETY PRESENTS is a new VIRTUAL series presented several times a month to focus on JAZZ - established musicians as well as young musicians entering our field. We do it all - FOR THE LOVE OF JAZZ!

The Los Angeles Jazz Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to keeping jazz alive, especially focused on our youth, through education, music programs, presenting 'Jazz in Schools', the Bill Green Mentorship Program, the New Note commissions, and more. Visit us for more information or to JOIN the L.A. Jazz Society and support our efforts. www.lajazz.org