Kiki Ebsen: "An Evening in Old Hollywood"

Kiki Ebsen

All Ages
Doors: 6:30pm // Show: 8:00pm


You’re invited to spend an evening enjoying vintage jazz in our version of Old Hollywood. Stunning, sultry song stylist Kiki Ebsen and her quartet take you back to the glamor and excitement of nights when men wore tuxedos and women, designer gowns. Back in those days, you might start the evening with a Daiquiri or an Old Fashioned, then head off to see Eartha Kitt at The Mocambo or Nat King Cole holding the crowds spellbound at the Cocoanut Grove. Later, head downtown to Central Blvd. to catch some serious jazz. Clubs like the Dunbar Hotel, The Bird in the Basket and the Downbeat hosted a myriad of jazz legends, including Charles Mingus, Charlie Parker and Art Tatum jamming into the wee hours. A late dinner at Musso & Frank’s might find you looking across the room to see Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, or Frank Sinatra. If you were there a few decades later, you’d spot a young Kiki Ebsen dining with her dad, the first and his favorite restaurant dating back to 1935 and his arrival in Hollywood.

World-renowned singer, Kiki Ebsen has shared the stage with great artists like Al Jarreau, Kenny Rankin, Michael McDonald and Patti Austin. She has written songs for Boney James, Eric Marienthal and Jessy J. Her powerful quartet includes pianist Jeff Colella, saxophonist Kim Richmond, drummer Kendall Kay, and bassist Granville "Danny" Young. The audience is in for a delightful evening of music and memories, so dress to the nine’s, get there early, order your highballs, and then dine on a fabulous meal from Feinstein’s at Vitello’s. Don’t miss this special evening!


“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

“Kiki…delivers songs exquisitely, poignantly and often playfully…with an unforgettable magic…” — Jonathan Widran, Jazz Journalist

“Kiki Ebsen’s graceful performance was packed with an emotional punch that knocked us out of our seats.” — Bernie Furshpan, Metropolitan Room, NYC

“I could listen to her sound forever... ” — Edward Asner

A minimum of $20.00 is required per person while inside the showroom. Dining in the restaurant or any our bars does not apply to the showroom minimum. Service fees apply to all tickets purchased via Eventbrite, at the door, and/or at the Box Office. Valet parking available with validation for $6.

Guests requiring accessible seating should book directly by calling 818-769-0905

Parties of 6 or more must be booked directly with the venue by calling 818-769-0905. Big group seating is not guaranteed.

Venue Information:
Feinstein's at Vitello's
4349 Tujunga Ave
Studio City, CA, 91604