Thank you Pacific Northwest and Midwest fans!
Such engaged, enthusiastic audiences attended our album releases, we love you!
Read what reviewers are saying about Don’t Call Me Angel!
Every inch a big time record, this soulful collection is so from the heart you can feel her pulse in the grooves. Killer stuff from one of the brightest lights in Americana. Chris Spector, Midwest Record
“…Hilary Scott’s place is assured in the pantheon of musicians and song-writers…this album is jam packed full of creatively beautiful songs.” Ian D. Hall, Liverpool Sound and Vision
“Every inch a big time record, this soulful collection is so from the heart you can feel her pulse in the grooves. Killer stuff from one of the brightest lights in Americana.” Mike Davies, Folking.com
“Hilary – in the company of her ‘tour band,’ has self-produced an inspired and vibrant album that can be placed alongside the great female voices of American song, from Carole King to Karla Bonoff”. Remo Ricaldone in Planet Country Italy
“Not to be confused with the two “L” Hillary Scott from Lady Antebellum, Hilary Scott has carved her own name into today’s Americana scene with a breathlessly intoxicating voice and a knack for creating catchy, emotional, and subtly edgy songs.” Mark E Waterbury, Music Morsels
About Hilary Scott
Hilary Scott is a multiple award-winning singer-songwriter who brings her unique brand of melodic and lyrically memorable songs to audiences nationally and internationally. Euro Ferrari, renowned for his work in all genres and with famous artists (Clapton, Sting, Pavarotti) all over the world, when speaking of Hilary Scott and her music said: “…Hilary Scott writes and sings in a way that creates a fascinating and intimate world, and it is enough for her to utilize only a whisper to raise deep emotions in the listener, her voice is absolutely extraordinary in its emotional greatness… it would be difficult for her pop/country style not to enter deep into the heart, in every way.”
Chuck Dauphin, in his November 6, 2014 Billboard article, writes “Wait a minute — we know you’re thinking. That’s Hilary with one L.” His article helps to clear up any confusion with the female Antebellum singer through his interview of Hilary Scott, when she explains, “I chose my performance name back in 1999 or 2000 when my brother passed away. His name was Scott. That was before I recorded my first album. By the time I started hearing about Hillary Scott from Lady Antebellum, I had already had a couple of albums out under that name and had a website going.” Read the full Billboard article here. For more information about Hilary Scott, read About Hilary Scott, and for more information about Hilary Scott’s name, read My Story.
Don’t Call Me Angel Official Video
“Don’t Call Me Angel” charting at #232 AMA Albums chart….Radio Reports: Powderfinger Promotions and KC Cafe’ Radio (Indie Radio Alliance)
Radio! Another shout out to radio stations that are playing our music! And to Powderfinger Promotions who is doing the radio station promotions and tracking! Powderfinger Promotions most recent report shows 4 stations have Don’t Call Me Angel in heavy rotation, 10 in medium rotation and 19 in light rotation. ...
Hey, Midwest friends! Next week we will be in concert at: Chateau La Vin – November 2nd, 7-10 PM, Columbia, IL The Bridge – November 3rd, 7 PM, Jefferson City, MO Official Midwest “Don’t Call Me Angel” Album Release A special performance space, Harrisburg, MO – November 4th, 4 PM...
Just in….Bob Leggett of LA Music Critic and Indie Voice Blog reviews Hilary Scott’s “Don’t Call Me Angel”
Bob Leggett of Indie Voice Blog and LA Music Critic has reviewed Hilary Scott’s new release, “Don’t Call Me Angel”, and he says: “Not to be confused with Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum, this Hilary Scott is just as amazing…Recommendation: Run, don’t walk, to your nearest retailer and GET this...
Peg Gill, in her “Continuing Coverage” article in the Inside Columbia monthly magazine, features Hilary Scott and her new release “Don’t Call Me Angel”. Hilary Scott graced the cover of Inside Columbia magazine’s ninth edition (December 2005) . Continuing Coverage Catch up with former Columbian Hilary Scott By Peg Gill...
From one of our favorite reviewers who has followed Hilary Scott’s career for a long time…we are excited to bring you this terrific review! Aarik Danielsen of the Columbia Daily Tribune says, “Even the most accessible ballad contains a moment of lyrical nuance or pure emotion that surprises, upping the...