Jill Johnson is a Swedish country-pop vocalist in the modern Nashville tradition who have, after breaking in to the Swedish mainstream through the past due ’90s with materials sung in her local language, began performing primarily English-language materials to regular business achievement in her homeland. Created on, may 24, 1973, in the remote control city of Ängelholm, Sweden, Johnson considers herself a small-town young lady and, actually after attaining popularity, maintained a house in the Swedish countryside. She started singing professionally young, first becoming a member of a nation & western music group at age group 12 and touring Norway and Denmark subsequently. Years later on she authorized a major-label documenting agreement with EMI Denmark and documented her full-length recording debut, Sugars Tree (1996), with maker Paul Bruun; the music “Tremble the Glucose Tree” became popular in Denmark. That same calendar year she have scored her first Swedish strike one with “Kommer Tid, Kommer Vår,” a high 40 duet with Jan Johansen. In 1998 Johnson released her Swedish full-length record debut, När Hela Världen Ser På, on BMG and performed a melody from the record, the very best Five Swedish strike one “Kärleken Är,” at that year’s Melodifestivalen, eventually winning your competition and evolving towards the annual Eurovision Melody Competition, where she symbolized her homeland. On her behalf following two albums, Little girl of Eve (2000) and Great Gal (2002), Johnson sang in British and journeyed to america to collaborate with several companies, songwriters, and music artists in both LA and Nashville. The American-fashioned outcomes weren’t especially well-known in Sweden, spawning no main hits and failing woefully to rival the industrial achievement of her Swedish breakthrough record, När Hela Världen Ser På. Johnson came back towards the upper gets to from the Swedish singles graph in 2003, nevertheless, with “Crazy in Like,” a high Ten hit one that she was elected to execute at that year’s Eurovision Melody Contest. The achievement of “Crazy in Like” inspired the discharge of Discography (2003), a career-spanning retrospective compilation. Afterwards in 2003 Johnson released an record of new materials, Root base and Wings, which spawned a set of charting singles (“Can’t Obtain Enough of You,” “God’s Present”) and itself became a high Five hit over the Swedish albums graph. Following albums including Getting Who You Are (2005), The Xmas in You (2005), THE GIRL I’ve Become (2006), and Music Row (2007) all broke in to the Best Five from the Swedish albums graph while, additionally, there is some Best 40 strikes including “God Bless a woman in Like” (2005), “Heartbreak Resort” (2006), “Cowboy Up” (2006), and “Angel from the Morning hours” (2007).