Jon Kahn's background is a diverse one. He graduated from Stanford University where he received a degree in English and played on 3 National Championship Tennis teams, which means absolutely nothing to anyone in the entertainment field. Before venturing into music, he began his career as a writer/director at the prestigious directing program at the American Film Institute where his short film "The Chili Con Carne Club," starring Kristy Swanson with a special appearance by Mel Gibson, went on to win film festivals all over the world. Since AFI, he's written screenplays for Imagine Entertainment, Miramax, and Phoenix Pictures. Most recently, his script "School of Life," aired on ABC family and starred Ryan Reynolds and David Paymer. He made his feature film debut by directing the movie "Girl," starring Dominique Swain, Sean Patrick Flanery, Selma Blair, Tara Reid, and Portia De Rossi. A self taught musician, Kahn wrote 7 songs which appeared in the movie. After receiving a tremendous response to the music from the film, he started his own band: The Color Green. TCG's first two records became the top selling pop/rock CDS at MP3.com at the time. Kahn's music has appeared in feature films, television, and radio throughout the world. Moreover, The Color Green opened up for Creed at the Staples Center in L.A. on the final leg of the Creed tour. Most recently, his music was featured in a campaign for Cincinnati Bell starring Jeremy Piven of "Entourage." Kahn just completed his solo record "Careless Conversation" which he wrote and produced along with Paul Trudeau. The title track "Careless Conversation" recently appeared on The Ghost Whisperer and the track "Let There Be Love" will be used in an upcoming movie of the week starring Gena Rowlands. He is also currently writing and producing music for an up and coming singer/songwriter Evanne Riskas, whom he also manages. When asked what he's most proud of, Kahn says "his English degree from Stanford University, which means absolutely nothing to anyone in the entertainment field."