Koslen is back on the regional rock stages teaming up with former
Breathless and Jonah Koslen & The Heroes bandmates, Danny Powers on
guitar, Rodney Psyka on vocals and percussion, drummer Don Krueger, bassist
Bill March and Rick Willinger on keyboards.
Koslen has been creatively active in the music business as a composer,
a producer and a performer, since 1973. Beginning with his successful
with the Michael Stanley Band, which included the writing and recording
some of the bands most loved songs, "Waste a Little Time On Me",
The Band", "Nothings Gonna Change My Mind" and "Ladies
contributed lead guitar, lead vocals and arrangements to three albums
numerous compilations. The song, "Nothings Gonna Change My Mind"
the summer of 1977.
Jonah's solo work included a solo record Back Tracks in 1978 and 2 albums
with his band Breathless, which featured such songs as "Takin' It
"Glued to the Radio," and "Walk Right In" among others.
"Takin' It Back"
charted in 1979.
After recording the albums "Aces" and “Orange" with
Jonah Koslen and the
Heroes, Jonah relocated to Los Angeles 1984.
During his 13 years in LA, Jonah kept very busy. He recorded demos with
teen star Tiffany, appeared at Farm Aid II with blues legend Bonnie Bramlett,
subsequently writing and recording several songs for an episode of the
show "Fame", which Bonnie appeared in. Jonah worked and recorded
time Aerosmith guitarist, Jimmy Crespo, Guns and Roses guitarist, Gilby
Clark, and appeared on a live television broadcast with Wayne Newton.
composed music for films including Teenage Vampire, The Dangerous, and
Cop to name a few. Jonah composed and produced an album for the rock band
Skin Diver, and reunited with Michael Stanley to help write and produce
Ghost Poets CD.