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Jillette Johnson – Annie: DJ Pick of the Week

Nashville pop artist Jillette Johnson’s third album It’s a Beautiful Day and I Love You came out in February of 2021. Originally from New York, Johnson has blossomed here in Music City. “Annie” is one of the singles off of the record, and it’s Jayson’s DJ Pick of the Week!
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Jillette Johnson Shares What It’s Taken To Get To Her Latest Album, ‘It’s A Beautiful Day and I Love You’

Nashville-based songwriter and artist, Jillette Johnson is looking at gratitude and steadiness with the release of her latest self-written project, It’s a Beautiful Day and I Love You. On the latest episode of Surviving the Music Industry podcast, host Brandon Harrington and Johnson talk about the identity between life and music, and Johnson’s reconstruction and deconstruction process for herself and music.
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Finally Friday From Home: Jillette Johnson and Clint Roberts

Jillette Johnson performs "I Shouldn't Go Anywhere", "Annie", "Angelo" and "Forgive Her" from her album 'It's A Beautiful Day And I Love You' for WMOT's Finally Friday From Home. Clint Roberts performs "Nero's Waltz", "The Drifter", "Broken Horns" and "Nothing Left To Say" from his album 'Rose Songs' for WMOT's...
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Jillette Johnson Shares Cosmic “Many Moons” Video

February 24, 2021 – Jillette Johnson has released a celestial music video for her reflective single “Many Moons.” The track is off her latest album It’s a Beautiful Day and I Love You, which just released on February 12. Watch the “Many Moons” video via YouTube:. “‘Many Moons’ is a...
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With a New Album in Hand, Jillette Johnson Finds Herself Commanding New Confidence

Jillette Johnson / It’s A Beautiful Day and I Love You | (Moss Rose Records) Jillette Johnson has an interesting story to share. An artist that deftly blends the purity of folk with the hook-laden precision of pure pop, this native New Yorker was a prodigy of sorts. She first began playing piano and writing songs at the tender age of ten and then, a mere two years later, found herself performing at various venues around Manhattan. After moving to Nashville, she worked her way into the upper echelon of the city’s songwriting circles and in 2013, released an EP titled Water in a Whale, garnering comparisons to Fiona Apple and Adele in the process. Its follow-up, All I Ever See In You Is Me, was produced by Grammy winner Dave Cobb and garnered even wider acclaim when it appeared some four years later.
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BGS 5+5: Jillette Johnson

Latest Album: It’s a Beautiful Day and I Love You. Which artist has influenced you the most … and how?. It’s so hard to pick one, but Randy Newman has greatly impacted me as a songwriter and performer. I heard my first Randy Newman song when I was a toddler, watching the movie Beaches with my parents. Bette Midler sings his song, “I Think It’s Going to Rain Today,” at the end of the movie, and it cut right into me. I didn’t know he wrote that song until by accident, I got to see him play and essentially lead a lecture in Los Angeles when I was 16. He completely transfixed me.
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Jillette Johnson Sets Vivid Scenes on ‘It’s a Beautiful Day and I Love You’

Passions run high on It’s a Beautiful Day and I Love You, the gripping third album from Nashville-based storyteller Jillette Johnson. She’s not talking about “a beautiful day” in the Mr. Rogers way. Her vivid vignettes are soaked in regret, self-loathing, envy, empathy, humor, and, finally, joy, recounting the rocky journey of a restless soul constantly seeking more.