“A diverse multi-instrumentalist whose vision of songwriting rarely sits in a single genre, Hilary Scott moves deftly between the lush influence of her Washington home and the country nods of Nashville, where she recorded these tracks with some of Music City’s finest.”
From Powderfinger Promo: Here’s the radioreport for the new release by Hilary Scott! In Week 1, we show that 15 stations have already Added your new release! At least 4 of those stations already have it in Heavy or Medium rotation. Plus, at least another 7 stations have it In Review, so we can expect more action soon! ( NACC is reported college/community radio airplay. AMA is reported Americana airplay. JBE is reported AAA airplay.)
I’m Music Magazine has this to say about Kaleidoscope!
HILARY SCOTT’S NEW 5-SONG EP ‘KALEIDOSCOPE’ OUT TODAY
June 25, 2021|Music News
“The eclectic nature of what she writes, and her willingness to explore diverse genres and not lock herself into one style is what sets Hilary Scott apart. Kaleidoscope is the perfect showcase for these talents.”
Max Achatz of Country Jukebox – Jukebox Roundup says:
“The lady from the American Northwest has a broad background, a lot to tell and also many talents: the multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter HILARY SCOTT (with an “L” and not to be confused with Hillary Scott of the country band Lady A)”
Just in! This terrific review of Kaleidoscope by Hobo On The Tracks (UK)
“Kaleidoscope is a sultry, soothing, incredibly sexy, exciting and eclectic album from Hilary Scott.
Beautifully produced by Matthew Wilder (who also adds into the mix backing vocals, guitars, keys and drum programming) the songs here soar and swoop, fly high and produce a powerful blend of Americana.
The four co-written songs with the group – Gary Lunn on bass, Jerry Kimbrough on guitars, and Lonnie Wilson on drums – and one song added that Scott penned on her own, And Just which won an award in the Festival Degli Autori songwriting competition in Sanremo, Italy really showcases Scott’s beautifully lush and sultry vocals. My favourite is the opener Just a Shame but that will change tomorrow as every track is just downright ace
And back to that word eclectic… Well the final track Free Country is a bona fide dance track straight out of the Beyoncé handbook.