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Freight Train Love reviewed by Bob Everhart for Country Music News International

Country Music News International

Bob Everhart’s review of Freight Train Love for Country Music International was published today!  See some of Bob Everhart’s comments below:

“This very gifted beautiful and lovely country girl came all the way from St. Louis, Missouri, to LeMars in 2014 for some Rural Roots Music Commission honor and respect.  She’s right back with another incredibly lovely CD, many of the songs her own originals… I once heard it took 15-million dollars to make Garth Brooks a star.  Not sure that’s true, but I’m very glad Hilary Scott does not have that same kind of money.  I’m afraid it would ruin her very beautiful originality, that she expresses so well, with and without love in these songs…What a nice surprise for me to hear this lovely girl’s voice, imagination, purpose, dedication, and ‘music seeds’ to close out my ‘listening’ time for today.  Thanks Hilary, get ready because this CD goes to the Rural Roots Music Commission too.  It’s early in the season, but get set and ready to go.  Look out Alison Kraus, you have competition.”

Read Bob Everhart’s FULL review HERE

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Yahoo Music News picks up Chuck Dauphin’s Billboard Article

Yahoo Music News

Chuck Dauphin’s article about Hilary Scott in Billboard has been picked up by Yahoo Music News!

“Singer-Songwriter Hilary Scott Talks name Confusion (No, She’s Not That Hillary Scott) and Her New Album”

 

 

 

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Chuck Dauphin’s interview of Hilary Scott in BILLBOARD

Billboard

We are excited!  Chuck Dauphin, this year’s winner of the CMA media achievement award, just posted his article in which he interviews Hilary Scott.  Entitled “Singer-Songwriter Hilary Scott Talks Name Confusion (No, She’s Not That Hillary Scott) and Her New Album”.

Chuck writes:

“This is a big week for Hilary Scott, who released her new album, Freight Train Love, on Tuesday.

Wait a minute — we know you’re thinking. That’s Hilary with one L. Though there will no doubt be some confusion with Hillary Scott from Lady Antebellum, the rising performer tells Billboard hat she has an emotional tie to the name.

“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 Chuck’s full article in The 615 in  Billboard

 

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“Freight Train Love” reviewed by Jay Minkin in “No Depression”

No Depression

Jay Minkin, in his review of Freight Train Love, says:

“I didn’t know about this St. Louis-based singer-songwriter who has recorded ten other albums over the last dozen years, until a copy of her album from KG Music Press showed up in my mailbox. It sat until last week on a cold, rainy afternoon I decided to pop the disc into my car’s CD changer for the commute home and it was as if the clouds parted for a ray of sunshine.”

Read the rest of his review on No Depression

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Freight Train Love reviewed in Michael Doherty’s Music Log

Michael Doherty's Music Log

In his review of Freight Train Love, Michael Doherty says, “On this album, Hilary Scott combines country, rock, folk and pop to create a wonderful and diverse collection of songs. This singer/songwriter has a voice rich with emotion and power. This CD also showcases her songwriting ability, for she wrote or co-wrote the majority of the tracks…Hilary Scott has gathered a seriously good group of musicians for this release, including Mike Finnigan on piano and organ. If his name isn’t familiar to you, you’ll certainly recognize the names of some of the people he’s played with over the years: Jimi Hendrix, Peter Frampton, Joe Cocker, for example. And Bob Glaub is on bass. He’s played with Leonard Cohen (he did that bass intro to “Closing Time”), Jackson Browne, Bob Dylan and Neil Diamond, among others…”

You’ll want to read the full review!  You can read it HERE or directly on Michael Doherty’s Music Log

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