Hilary Scott writes, “We were honored again this year by the Rural Roots Music Commission. We were awarded the “Vintage Folk Album of the Year” for Freight Train Love. We feel particularly touched by the term vintage as we do hope the album stands the test of time, and the album does, to me, have a more traditional sound than my previous work. Thanks to all who were involved in the project, and thank you RRMC, and Bob Everhart of the National Traditional Country Music Association, for the honor!”
You’ll love reading Hilary Scott’s interview with Tara Low of Guitar Girl Magazine! Tara asks Hilary a wide range of questions, covering many topics including the making of Freight Train Love, instruments she uses for songwriting, influences, experiences sharing the stage with iconic musicians such as Chuck Berry, and other fascinating topics!
Read the entire interview here: Guitar Girl Magazine Interview with Hilary Scott
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