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Kiki Ebsen is a singer-songwriter who has built an exciting career that can find her, any day of the week, headlining a jazz festival, singing with a Symphony Pops orchestra, performing on stage in a show featuring the Great American Songbook, and she can still be found on hundreds of YouTube videos that remind people of the 20 years she spent touring with Grammy-winners and platinum-selling artists who inspired her to keep on writing her own music. She was born to be on stage, somewhere, anywhere, everywhere. And today, she is. Check out her Calendar for her latest events and read further for the News section to learn more about her latest CD of originals currently in the works. 

a world-class songwriter-performer ... with a polished vocal style and songs of substance. ”

— — Steve Wagner, American Songwriter Magazine

I could listen to her sound forever. ”

— — Edward Asner

Kiki Ebsen is a consummate performer at the keyboard and as a guest vocalist. With a symphony orchestra, singing pop standards, or the catalog of Ella Fitzgerald to Joni Mitchell, a great artist. ”

— --Larry Blank ~ Resident Pops Conductor, Pasadena Symphony

News

To Dad with Love, A Tribute to Buddy Ebsen! Limited engagement October 12-14 

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"To Dad with Love, A Tribute to Buddy Ebsen" 

Directed by Steve Feinberg 

Get an INSIDE LOOK into the story behind the scenes!

As a veteran singer-songwriter and accomplished musician who’s toured internationally for 20 years, Kiki Ebsen was inspired to record and release the CD, “Scarecrow Sessions,” in tribute to her father’s vast career. Its debut was in time for Father’s Day. Songs from this album provide fans new insight into Buddy’s talents as a dramatic actor as well as accomplished dancer. Response to “Scarecrow Sessions” was so strong that she, along with brother Dustin, have created this showcase of personal stories and beautiful photo memories and magical songs in tribute to one of America’s most beloved true pioneers of the entertainment industry. 

Actor Buddy Ebsen was perhaps best known for his television roles in the 1960s and 1970s. His fans, however, may not know as much about the first 30 years of his career, as a dancer on Broadway, and in early films. Were it not for fate, American children would have had 75 years to enjoy him in the role of the Scarecrow in “The Wizard of Oz.” It was the role of a lifetime, but it was also the one that got away. 

As progeny of an original star of vaudeville and the Golden Age of Hollywood, Kiki is the “real deal.” An excellent jazz singer and charming storyteller, Kiki is the essence of elegance as she sings and tells stories about her life with her famous father, actor Buddy Ebsen. 

To Dad with Love, A Tribute to Buddy Ebsen features jazz musicians, Jeff Colella (piano), Kim Richmond, (woodwinds), Granville “Danny” Young (bass), and Kendall Kay (drums).

October 12-14 "To Dad with Love: A Tribute to Buddy Ebsen" comes to LA this fall! 

Save the date! "To Dad with Love: A Tribute to Buddy Ebsen" makes it's debut at the famous Theatre West in North Hollywood, CA. October 12-14, 2018As a  veteran singer-songwriter and accomplished musician who’s toured internationally for 20 years, Kiki was inspired to record and release the CD, “Scarecrow Sessions,” in tribute to her father’s vast career. Its debut was in time for Father’s Day. Songs from this album provide fans new insight into

Buddy’s talents as a dramatic actor as well as accomplished dancer. Response to “Scarecrow Sessions” was so strong that she, along with brother Dustin, have created this showcase of personal stories and beautiful photo memories and magical songs in tribute to one of America’s most beloved true pioneers of the entertainment industry. 

Actor Buddy Ebsen was perhaps best known for his television roles in the 1960s and 1970s. His fans, however, may not know as much about the first 30 years of his career, as a dancer on Broadway, and in early films. Were it not for fate, American children would have had 75 years to enjoy him in the role of the Scarecrow in “The Wizard of Oz.” It was the role of a lifetime, but it was also the one that got away. 

As progeny of an original star of vaudeville and the Golden Age of Hollywood, Kiki is the “real deal.” An excellent jazz singer and charming storyteller, Kiki is the essence of elegance as she sings and tells stories about her life with her famous father, actor Buddy Ebsen.

Kiki Ebsen with Grant Geissman on the Don Cromwell Show 

Guitarist/composer Grant Geissman and I gave a wonderful interview on Don Cromwell Live. We told some stories, played some songs live and then Don played some a few tracks of our music. If you missed it, here's the archive: https://starworldwidenetworks.com/episodes/kiki-ebsen-and-grant-geissman

Kiki Ebsen on the Rossaround Podcast with Ross Pallone 

Kiki Ebsen is a wonderful singer/songwriter who has had a very interesting career. Her first professional gig was working for Chicago as an off stage keyboard player/ singer and synth programmer. Her career has taken her all over the world playing for Christopher Cross, Boz Scaggs, Al Jarreau, Tracy Chapman, and many more great artists. Kiki graduated from California Institute of the Arts with a BFA in Vocal Performance.. She currently tours doing three different types of shows; one show showcases Kiki’s original music, another show is a tribute to Joni Mitchell and another show featuring a tribute to her father, the famous actor, Buddy Ebsen. kiki ebsen.com, thehealingequineranch.com. Listen on iTunes

 

Kiki Ebsen featured in Agenda Magazine 

Writer/photographer extraordinare, Sheryl Aronson created an beautiful article on Kiki Ebsen and her career in music among other things. Agenda magazine is an exquisite fashion and lifestyle magazine published by musician, model and entrepreneur, Kaylene Peoples. this hard copy magazine is only available on Amazon. If you order through smile.amazon a charity of your choice will benefit from each Amazon sale. If you choose The Healing Equine Ranch, a non profit that Kiki formed and operates, you will help rescue horses and the programs that heal people as well.


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