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Equine program demo: 5:30pm Doors: 6:30pm Show: 7:30pm
Bring an appetizer or beverage to share if you like.
KIKI EBSEN (http://kikiebsen.com) has been described as a stunning vocalist and accomplished musician, who brings a fresh perspective and her own style to beloved songs that span seven decades of favorites. Ebsen's songwriting talents are similarly respected and her compositions are included on artists works by Boney James, Eric Marienthal, Jessy J, and others. After touring with Christopher Cross, Boz Scaggs, Belinda Carlisle, Tracy Chapman, Al Jarreau, James Ingram and more, Kiki stands out vocally, even when blending with others to create classic hits so well known to audiences around the world.
GARY STOCKDALE (http://garystockdale.com/) is a touring singer-songwriter, and a two-time Emmy nominated composer of TV, film, and commercial music. He has composed music for such shows as Sabrina, the Teenage Witch; To Tell the Truth; The Aristocrats movie, and Showtime's Penn &Teller: BULLSHIT! Gary was an original member of the Brian Setzer Orchestra, and sang a featured solo in the cult-classic musical TV series Cop/Rock. As a veteran studio singer, he has lent his voice to major films (Avatar, Star Trek: Beyond, Prince of Egypt) and TV (The Simpsons, Family Guy), as well as backing up Adele on the 2013 Oscars. Gary is a frequent performer in SoCal folk & acoustic venues, and comedy clubs, CBS LA recently named Gary as one of the “Best singer-songwriters in Los Angeles.” Gary’s latest project, BUMPERSTICKER – The Musical just played the Hollywood Fringe Festival to rave reviews.
GRANT GEISSMAN (http://grantgeissman.com) is a guitarist and composer with fourteen albums released under his own name, the latest being the jazz trilogy of Say That!, Cool Man Cool, and BOP! BANG! BOOM! (Futurism). Geissman also co-wrote the music for all twelve seasons of the hit CBS-TV series Two and a Half Men and all six seasons of Mike & Molly. He was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2004 for co-writing the Two and a Half Men theme (“Men, men, men, men, manly men”). Geissman recorded the now-iconic electric guitar solo on Mangione’s 1978 mega-hit “Feels So Good.” Over the years, the versatile guitarist has recorded with such artists as Quincy Jones, Burt Bacharach, Inara George, Joanna Newsom, Lorraine Feather, Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band, David Benoit, Van Dyke Parks, and Ringo Starr.
Be part of the H.E.R.D. (Healing Equine Ranch Donor). These concerts will not only showcase and support our artists and their music but also benefit The Healing Equine Ranch, the horses and our programs.