Kiki Ebsen is a versatile artist whose work includes multiple music genres—jazz, folk, pop and classical. Whether composing new songs, performing or producing new music showcases, Kiki is driven by a well stream of creativity and the pure joy of connecting with audiences around the world.
At ease in any venue from intimate cabaret to large performing halls, during the past year, Kiki has performed from Los Angeles to New York and places in between, plus Canada.
Her sixth and latest record, “Scarecrow Sessions,” has enjoyed worldwide critical acclaim. Born from a desire to fulfill her father’s wish for her to sing jazz (her father is iconic performer, Buddy Ebsen), Kiki recorded an album of songs that had a connection to his life and seven-decade career, beginning with his New York Vaudeville days and Hollywood’s Golden Era.
From that record she created the multimedia touring show “To Dad with Love: A Tribute to Buddy Ebsen” with the help of her brother, award-winning video editor, Dustin Ebsen. Her show debuted at the Metropolitan Room in New York City with Los Angeles performances at Vitello’s Upstairs and at the iconic Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood. Described as “...a brilliant, must-see show” by national magazine, Cabaret Scenes, “To Dad with Love” is “an historic and heartfelt jazzy/cabaret journey presented from the perspective of Buddy’s youngest daughter.”