July 3, 2019
We are so excited to announce that
Don’t Call Me Angel
is #133 on Roots Music Reports Top Americana Country Album Chart for the Year of 2018!!!
Check it out HERE
April 30, 2019
Hilary Scott is so excited and proud to announce that her album
Don’t Call Me Angel
was chosen as the
Pop Country Album of the Year for 2019
by the Rural Roots Music Commission
of the National Traditional Country Music Association!
January 6, 2019
Indie Voice Blog’s LA Music Critic has named Hilary Scott as Best Country Artist of the second half of 2018!!
Bob Leggett says:
“What a year this has been. We have been overwhelmed with the quality of music created by indie artists in 2018, and by the public support of their craft. This cycle of nominations has generated 745 comments and 5,366 views from 63 countries, 23 of which generated at least 10 views each. In addition, our blog has been viewed a total of 8,826 times since the nominations were announced on December 7. We are so proud of each and every artist and their fans and thank you sincerely for this accomplishment.”
LA Music Critic Announcement
December 22, 2018
E2TG – Ear To The Ground Music gives an Earie Award to Hilary Scott’s “Kiss” in their December 21, 2018 E2TG Earie Awards blog. E2TG has this to say,
“Kiss” by Hilary Scott
I am so far out of touch with mainstream country/pop music that I didn’t even though(sic) that their was another Hillary Scott (two l’s) until I started search YouTube for videos. Anyway, Hilary Scott (with one ‘l’) made one of my favorite albums of the year, Don’t Call Me Angel… And yes, this is a great cover of the Prince song.”
Link: Earie award
March 7, 2017
I am so honored and proud to have two of my songs nominated in the Female Singer-Songwriter category for a 2017 award from Just Plain Folks. This is an exciting nomination because Just Plain Folks is a community of over 51,500 Songwriters, Recording Artists and Music Industry Professionals — and host to the world’s largest independent music awards. Both songs are from my album, “Still”. The songs are “Labor of Love” and “Untitled (So Long)”.