Kiki Ebsen (born January 14, 1958) is a singer/songwriter/keyboard player from Southern California. She has performed and toured nationally and internationally with many award-winning musicians, including Boz Scaggs, Al Jarreau, Christopher Cross, and Tracy Chapman.

From 1994-2012 she released five solo CDs, issuing her sixth CD, "Scarecrow Sessions" (Painted Pony Media) on September 30, 2014. The result of a successful Kickstarter project, the "Scarecrow Sessions" album is a collection of jazz standards, a tribute to her father, Buddy Ebsen's, life and career. Today, Ebsen divides her time between writing, recording and performing music, and works with rescued horses, developing educational programs with her California nonprofit organization, The Healing Equine Ranch.

Kiki Ebsen was born Nancy Kiersten Ebsen at Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica, California. Her father is the late actor Buddy Ebsen and her mother is the late Nancy Wolcott, also an actor and executive producer/director of the Newport Harbor Actors Theater. Kiki has three sisters, two half-sisters, and one brother.

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