Numerous performances, including Hazeldine, Steve Wynn and John Wesley Harding, 1999 he released ‘The Devil And The Open Road’.

In 2004, Rill first recorded an album 'Hobo Dreams' in Nashville with US musicians. Produced by Duane Jarvis.

Other albums: The Hobo Companion, a collection of live recordings, demos, radio recordings and covers. In 2006 he published The Price Of Sin, recorded in Nashville.

In January 2008, The Things That Count released on Blue Rose Records.

In November 2008 Bag Of Tricks, cover-versions of songs from Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry and Elvis Presley.

In March 2011 the album Wild, Blue & True was released, containing 13 new songs with his band The Troublemakers.

In January 2015, the 'Süddeutsche Zeitung' published a large portrait of the musician, who now lives in Munich, entitled: "Der Dylan vom Glockenbach": "When Rill sings, when he taps his foot gently in time and closes his eyes, then he dives a whole world up, the world of rock 'n' roll. All he needs is a guitar, subtile picking and his voice. Awesome."