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Americana Music News – Ken Paulson’s Video Premier of “Don’t Call Me Angel”

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Be one of the first to see the full video!  Check out Ken Paulson’s video Premier of “Don’t Call Me Angel”

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Ken says:  “Americana Music News is pleased to premiere Hilary Scott’s haunting new video “Don’t Call Me Angel,” from her upcoming album of the same name. That’s set for release on Oct. 12 and includes her distinctive cover of Prince’s “Kiss.””

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Ken Paulson, Americana Music News, premiers “Don’t Call Me Angel” Video tomorrow (September 25th)

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Ken Paulson (whose accolades include being the former editor-in-chief of USA Today and remaining a columnist there, creating “Freedom Sings,” a First Amendment stage show, being the host and producer of “The Songwriters,” a television show broadcast by PBS affiliate stations across the United States featuring interviews with members of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, and from 2000 to 2005 being the host of “Speaking Freely,” a national television show about free speech and the arts – guests included Robert Redford, Susan Sarandon, Harry Belafonte and Charlie Daniels, among so many other amazing credentials) is going to premier Hilary Scott’s Don’t Call Me Angel video on September 25th!!!  The video was directed, filmed and produced by Ravens Eye Studios.

Log into Americana Music News to have a first look at the video!

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JJ Falco of Not Fiction reviews Hilary Scott’s “Don’t Call Me Angel”

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JJ Falco of Not Fiction has reviewed Hilary Scott’s Don’t Call Me Angel, and writes:

“I liked Don’t Call Me Angel instantly, but I had to give it a few listens before I realized what it was about this album that really “gets” me. At first I thought it was the diversity of the music, and that surely plays a large role, but there was something else. Then it hit me, it’s not just how the songs are written, but how they are arranged. There’s a maturity there that most don’t have, and an artistry that rivals some of my favorite musicians…

…Scott’s voice. Sweet, edgy, raunchy, steady, and emotionally whenever the music or lyrics call for it. Throughout that range, her voice is always beautiful. Her harmonies are well placed and arranged to trigger a shiver up the spine (succeeding multiple times at that in my case)…

The Prince tribute. Other than the first track for which the album is titled, this could be what people will notice first. I love Kiss. To me, it’s the penultimate song by one of the true geniuses of our time and all time (RIP). Kiss isn’t covered here. It’s played. As a part of Don’t Call Me Angel, it is a Hilary Scott song that just happens to be written by someone who’s not Hilary Scott.”

You will want to read the full review HERE!

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Doug at IOU Music reviews Hilary Scott’s “Don’t Call Me Angel”

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Don't Call Me Angel

Doug of IOU Music writes…

“…This was my first introduction to Hilary Scott, and I am blown away by her lyrics as well as her great bluesy voice that is well paired on this album with all the right strings and her talent for tickling the ivory; I’m a sucker for well-done piano work and hers is prevalent throughout this record.

I love everything about this album but Hilary’s emotional, sometimes sultry, vocals are the crowning achievement here. The writing absolutely kills (The more I listen the more I feel like Hilary might be my spirit animal), the players and production are top notch, but that voice ties it all together into a package that I just keep finding 40+ minutes to listen to…”

You’ll want to read the full review on the IOU Music site HERE

 

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