Powderfinger Promotions final report for 2018 shows that 66 stations have added Hilary Scott’s album, Don’t Call Me Angel, and 55 of those have it in their rotation!
“Don’t Call Me Angel” charting at #232 AMA Albums chart….Radio Reports: Powderfinger Promotions and KC Cafe’ Radio (Indie Radio Alliance)
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. 5 stations have just added the album and 8 more have it in review. And Don’t Call Me Angel has risen from #261 to #232 in the AMA charts this past week. The stations playing Don’t Call Me Angel are from all over the country.
KC Cafe’ Radio is playing our music, and it has been in the top 10 of their reports to Radio Indie Alliance for the past 5 weeks! Thank you KC Cafe’ Radio!!
Thank you also to John Lofton of KOPN who has been playing tracks from “Don’t Call Me Angel”, plus to Tim Board (Front Range Radio) and Billy Rose (Midwest Review 957.mac) who have recently requested Don’t Call Me Angel.
Here is the current list of stations, in case you are one of their listeners and would like to request your favorite song(s) from Don’t Call Me Angel
KC Cafe Radio – Kansas city
KOPN – Columbia MO
Americana Boogie Radio – Salem OR,
KAFM – Grand Junction CO
KAOS – Olympia WA
WVIA – Pittston PA
KFAI – Minneapolis MN
KPFT – Houston TX
KTUH – Honolulu HI
WAWM-SD – West Allis WI
WEFT – Champaign IL
WETS – Johnson City TN
WHUS – Storrs CT
WKKL – Barnstable, MA
WRFR – Rockland ME
KBBI – Homer, AK
KDUR – Durango, CO
KGLT – Bozeman, MT
KMUD – Redway, CA
KUGS – Bellingham WA
KVNF – Paonia CO
KZMU – Moab UT
WBFO – Buffalo NY
WCNI – New London, CT
WERU – E. Orland ME
WFHB – Bloomington IN
WGFR – Queensbury NY
WIUV – Castleton VT
WMEB – Orono ME
WMNF – Tampa FL
WMSC – Montclair NJ
WSCA – Portsmouth NH
WUME – Farmington, ME
WXCI – Ridgefield CT
KFMG – Des Moines IA
KKCR – Princeville HI
WGCS – Goshen, IN
WHFR – Dearborn MI
WRKC – Wilkes-Barre PA
Front Range Radio – Monument CO
Midwest Review 957.mac,
And these stations have Don’t Call Me Angel in review – they might me more apt to add the album if they got a request or two!
KCLC – St. Charles MO
KGNU – Boulder CO
KMUW – Wichita KS
KUSH – Cushing OK
WDBX – Carbondale IL
WGLT – Normal IL
WNCW – Spindale NC
WWUH – West Hartford CT
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
For more information, visit TOUR
See you there!!!!
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 one NOW!”
Check out the review HERE
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) .
Catch up with former Columbian Hilary Scott
“Everyone likes a good “I knew them when” story, and at Inside Columbia, we’re no exception. We knew singer/songwriter Hilary Scott when she was just starting out, living and performing here, and chose her to grace our ninth cover back in December 2005. She was the first woman featured on the cover.
Scott went on to make a name for herself in the wider world.
Now a resident of Puget Sound, Washington, Scott is an acclaimed Indie-Americana artist about to release her 12th studio album, “Don’t Call Me Angel.” The album release will take place at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, at The Bridge in Jefferson City. That evening will also see the Midwestern premiere of the title track’s music video.
Scott came to Columbia in her 20s and had been active on the local music scene for about three years when she appeared on our cover. She recalls opening for Little Feat at The Blue Note.
“It was a great venue that made a huge impression,” she says. “I felt very excited to do that.” Scott was told that if you play at The Blue Note, “you’ve made it.”
Scott found the Columbia community supportive and welcoming. “I couldn’t think of a better place to have gotten my start. I’m really grateful to Columbia,” she says. Scott made some of her best friends here — “friends for life” — and has many fond memories.
“I miss the great downtown,” she says. “There aren’t that many smaller city downtowns that are so cool and fun.”
Scott found her way to music early in life — very early. She says her mom loves to tell the story of how Hilary would climb up on the piano bench when she was just 2. Unlike other 2-year-olds, she didn’t pound on the keys but, instead, picked out little melodies. Her mom sensed something special and searched for a piano teacher willing to work with a very young student. Scott started lessons at 4.
“I feel like music sort of chose me,” she says.
Her piano teacher heard Scott sing and encouraged her to pursue that as well. Stints in choir followed, along with violin lessons. Today, Scott is a multi-instrumentalist who also plays acoustic guitar and ukulele — talents on display on her current album along with her singing and piano playing.
Scott opted to minor in music and studied opera in Italy for a year. Songwriting also continued to be a passion. She started as a prose writer, she says, creating short stories. She quickly realized she could channel that love of storytelling into her songs. Over the years, she also spent time in Asia as a resident artist in hotels for months at a time. Among her favorite places were Korea, Japan and Vietnam.
Over the years Scott’s definition of success has changed. When she was younger, she equated it with playing big venues such as arenas. But now she feels blessed for the many different-sized opportunities she’s had, “little hallmarks of what has happened over the years.”
“It’s so cool I can make a living playing music. This is a beautiful, wonderful, creative job,” she says, and one that continues to amaze her. “Sometimes I do have ‘wow’ moments.”
Scott’s main goal is always to reach the listener one on one. On “Don’t Call Me Angel,” she sings nine original songs and one cover (of Prince’s “Kiss”) directly to someone else, as though singing to a lover. The results are intimate and moving personal stories. By sharing her emotions so fully, Scott evokes them in her listeners, as well.”
Check out the article HERE
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 stakes and shifting the ground beneath listeners’ feet.”
Read Aarik’s full review HERE
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