|Born||29 December 1978|
|Years active||1997–present (singer)|
She first attracted public attention as a participant of the beauty pageant Miss Slovakia 1996. In 1996 she made her first album Jana Kirschner. She won the prize for Discovery of the Year (1997), Album of the Year (1999), and Female Singer of the Year (1999). In 1999, she also won the Slávik (Nightingale) award.
In 2013, she released her seventh studio album, part one of a two album project titled Moruša: Biela.
- Jana Kirschner (1996)
- V cudzom meste (2000)
- Pelikán (2002)
- Veci čo sa dejú (2003)
- Shine (2007)
- Krajina rovina (2010)
- Moruša: Biela (2013)
- 2006: Strážce plamene with Petr Hapka & Michal Horáček
- 2007: Strážce plamene v obrazech with Hapka & Horáček
She lives since October 2010 with British producer Eddie Stevens, they met during work on her album Krajina Rovina; their daughter was born in March 2011. Her name is Matilda Janushka Stevens.
- Lucia Sukova (week 41). "Tehotná Jana Kirschner: Na dieťa sa obaja tešíme" (in Slovak). Život.sk. Retrieved 2010-10-13.
- "Kirschner pre topky: Detaily môjho pôrodu!" (in Slovak). topky.sk. 4 March. Retrieved 2011-06-04.
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