During spring, Jill is in Nashville and records a third season of the popular SVT series Jill's Veranda, Nashville, which is broadcast on SVT1 in November while also the music from the show Jill’s Veranda (The Live Music From Season 3) is released.
In August, the EP "Rodeo" is released and Jills goes on tour with her band, celebrating 10 years together with 10 gigs around Sweden.
Jill spends the later part of the autumn at The Theatre in Gothenburg with the show That's Life. The show was rewarded with highest scores, including 5 Plus from Aftonbladet with quotes like "Jill Johnson glitters in a magnificent show".
In November, the Christmas album “Christmas Island” is released.
For You I’ll Wait
In the autumn, the critically acclaimed "For You I'll Wait" album is being followed by a celebrated concert tour.
Så mycket bättre
Jill also participates in TV4's show Så mycket bättre and releases her interpretations from the TV series, including her version of Tommy Nilssons’s Öppna din dörr; "Open Your Heart" – it becomes a huge hit and stays on the Swedish radio chart Svensktoppen for a year!
JILL on tour
After Christmas, they take the show on an extensive tour across Sweden and, immediately after it's finished, Jill returns with the TV team to Nashville to film another season of Jill's Veranda, Nashville.
Jill records the "In Tandem" album together with American country artist Doug Seegers and it is released in the spring, they also go out on an exclusive tour together in August.
Jills veranda – season 2
Season two of Jill's Veranda, Nashville is broadcast in the autumn and the music from the show is also released.
This year was busy to say the least; in January, Jill opened her first dinner show – JILL – at Hamburger Börs in Stockholm.
Around the same time, at the beginning of 2014, the first season of the SVT series Jills Veranda, Nashville was broadcast and in conjunction with that the music from the TV series was released.
The show received several prestigious awards at the TV award show Kristallen and Jill herself won the award in the category “Host Of The Year”.
Show In Gothenburg + Songs For Daddy
During the autumn they move the show to Gothenburg where they play for sold out houses at Rondo. At this time the album “Songs For Daddy" was released.
Country cooking with Jill in Nashville
The cookbook “Country cooking med Jill i Nashville” is released.
Jills veranda, Nashville
In the spring, Jill made exclusive gigs in only eight towns in Sweden and in the summer she went to Nashville to record the first season of the SVT series "Jill's Veranda, Nashville".
In the autum, the compilation album "Duetterna" was released while Jill repeated for her upcoming dinner show. The album contained two newly recorded tracks; "Far down the road" with Mauro Scocco and "Come Wake Me Up" with American country stars Rascal Flatts. Jill also performed in television shows as well as made guest appearances at Rascal Flatts’ concerts in Sweden.
Tour + A Woman Can Change Her Mind
Jill goes on the concert tour "Flirting With Disaster" in the spring and during the summer she makes a smaller "Summer Set Tour", also based on "Flirting With Disaster" but a with songs from the upcoming album "A Woman Can Change Her Mind" as well, it is released in November and was Jill’s 17th album.
Jill participates in the European release of Lionel Richie's album "Tuskegee (Deluxe Version)" where they make "Sail On" together and in conjunction with Richie's Swedish visit, they appear in the SVT show "Skavlan".
Flirting With Disaster
In September the album ”Flirting With Disaster” is released.
The Christmas album ”Välkommen jul” is out in December.
Support act Toby Keith
Jill didn’t do any tour on her own but supported American country star Toby Keith on his European tour during the autumn.
The release of ”Music Row II” is followed by a tour during the spring of 2010.
The Well-Known And Some Other Favourite Stories
In October the album collection “The Well-Known And Some Other Favourite Stories” is released, it contains three CD’s.
Tour + Music Row II
Jill goes on the tour "Baby Blue Paper Unplugged Tour 2009" at the beginning of the year and in October, the cover album "Music Row II" is released.
Support act Alan Jackson
In August, she supports American country artist Alan Jackson, when he first came to Sweden for exclusive concerts in Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
Music Row I
In the beginning of the year, Jill goes on the nationwide concert tour "Music Row I".
Baby Blue Paper
The solo album "Baby Blue Paper" is released in the autumn.
The Woman I’ve Become tour
Jill goes out on the concert hall tour; "The Woman I've Become", around Sweden.
The album "Music Row" is released in November, it is a cover album recorded in Nashville.
Jill makes her own Christmas show on the newly built country arena Bökeberg in Skåne during November-December.
Jill plays herself in the feature film Heartbreak Hotel directed by Colin Nutley, in conjunction with that the EP with the same name is released.
In the summer of 2006 she went on Rocktåget tour together with Tomas Ledin and Andreas Johnson.
The Woman I’ve Become
In October, the album "The Woman I've Become", produced by Nashville producer Nathan Chapman, is released.
Jill participates in Swedish TV show Melodifestivalen again, but this time as host in the final together with Mark Levengood.
Being Who You Are
In March, the album "Being Who You Are" is released containing the "Baby You're Mine" hit song, which stays on top on both the sales and radio charts for a long time.
Crazy In Love Summer Tour
During the summer she goes out on the Crazy In Love Summer Tour.
The Christmas In You
In December, the Christmas album, "The Christmas In You", is released. It’s recorded with musicians in Nashville and on the album you'll find both newly written Christmas songs as well as Jill's own favourites.
The Making Of Roots And Wings
During the trip and the recording of the album "Roots And Wings", a film team is documenting and the result of it became a documentary about Jill, , broadcast on TV4. During the winter, the DVD was released., “The Making Of Roots and Wings”.
In April and May 2004, Jill goes on unplugged tour “Roots and Wings” in a concert halls around Sweden, and in the summer she participates in a nationwide tour with Rhapsody In Rock.
Last Thing On My Mind
That same year, she also records the single "Last Thing On My Mind" in a duet with Ronan Keating.
Oh, what a lovely day
She gets a hit with Ted Gärdestad's song "Oh, what a lovely day," Jill's version is then used in Pripps Blå's advertisement.
Home On The Range
Jill also find the time to record the Swedish-language version of the songs "Little Patch Of Heaven" (Mitt paradis på jorden) and Will The Sun Ever Shine Again? (Ska det nånsin blir sol igen?). They were featured in the Disney movie Home On The Range.
Crazy In Love
Jill participates in TV show Melodifestivalen with the song "Crazy In Love" and finishes fourth in the final in the Globe Arena.
In April the same year, the collection "Discography" is released with 20 of her most wanted songs since the debut in 1996. The album sold Gold in a couple of months and also gave her a Grammis!
A Crazy In Love Tour
During the summer, Jill went on the tour "A Crazy In Love Tour", which attracted a lot of people and received great reviews.
Jill travels to Nashville and records the album ”Good Girl”.
Promise To Love Me
The same year Jill receives a Platinum record in Denmark for the soundtrack album “Promise to Love Me”, for the Danish movie “Den eneste ene”.
The first trip to Nashville to write music!
Daughter Of Eve
Jill’s third album ”Daughter Of Eve” is released in November.
I’ll Be There
The duet ”I’ll Be There” which Jill does together with American artist Michael Ruff is released.
Tour with Björn Skifs
She also goes on tour with Björn Skifs.
This was the year of Jill's great breakthrough through the win in the TV show Melodifestivalen with "Kärleken är", a song that placed her in 10th place in the Eurovision Song Contest.
När hela världen ser på
In May, Jill's second album is released, which was in Swedish and was titled "När hela världen ser på”.
Jill Johnson’s debut album ”Sugartree” is released via Danish EMI. The title track became a hit in Denmark and the album went to #1 on the Danish album chart.
Kommer tid, kommer vår
The same year she records the song “Kommer tid, kommer vår” together with Jan Johansen, it became a major radio hit in Sweden. The two of them also went on a Summer tour that year.
Debuts at a country gala in Denmark.
Starts as singer in the country group Tomboola Band, who toured in Denmark and Norway.
Jill was born
Jill Anna Maria Johnson was born on May 24th, 1973 in Ängelholm, Sweden.