Rock ‘n’ Roll Truth’s “Music Worth Buying” Reviews Kaleidoscope
Robert Kinzler, in his Rock ‘n’ Roll Truth blog’s Music Worth Buying, notes that, “This year continues to see a number of wonderful new studio albums and special previously-unissued live releases.” Hilary Scott’s new album, Kaleidoscope, is one of the four albums he reviewed on July 20th.
Title: Kaleidoscope (Belltown Records)
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Tell me more: Singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Hilary Scott has returned with a five-song EP that extends her creative reach beyond the rootsy blues and Americana territory she has championed on previous releases. Kaleidoscope finds Scott exploring pop-rock with the same zeal and authenticity that has marked her approach on past solo titles and her work with The New County Line. Focusing on songs co-written in Nashville during a special songwriting project, Scott’s top-tier vocals connect with the approach on the EP, notably on the yearning “Just A Shame,” starry-eyed “Almost Home” and on the modern dance track “Free Country.” Information: hilaryscott.com. Check out the review HERE!