Eric Schuurmans, reviewer and writer for Rootstime – Belgium says: “…She (Hilary Scott) tells us stories, brings us messages that are as personal and real as the musicians who bring them” Read more in Reviews
On August 28th, Hilary Scott accepted the Americana CD of the Year National 2014 award from the Rural Roots Music Commission of the National Traditional Country Music Association for her album, Flowers On Mars! Hilary Scott says, “I would like to thank the Rural Roots Commission for this prestigious award. I am very honored and excited to have my work recognized by the distinguished Rural Roots Music Commission, and I am so proud to be considered as part of the Association’s goal to keep traditional, real music alive.”
The Rural Roots Commission also presented her with this Thank You letter.
Mike Penard of ISA Radio France is adding tracks from Freight Train Love to their rotation and had this to say about Hilary Scott and Freight Train Love: ” …she is such a talented singer songwriter, I have been so impressed with her stunning ability to bring the listener into her world , with her words and with her so emotional voice…Read the rest of Mike’s comments in Reviews
Dusty Wright names Flowers On Mars the “Song of the Day” for August 31st on his Culture Catch blog. Dusty says: “Give this veteran singer-songwriter a watch and listen and become a believer.” Read more in Reviews or on the Culture Catch website
The Americana Music Show has added Flowers On Mars, Whiskey Bottle Dry and If You Don’t Love Me from the album Freight Train Love to its rotation.
Chris Spector, Editor and Publisher writes:
“Scott has an indie session that can easily compete with anything the majors are handling (or mishandling these days). A fully formed, full band sound, Scott has a sharp pen, a smoking voice and more soul than a white girl sounding like a white girl should have.”
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