Jen Mulson of the Colorado Springs Gazette posted an article today about Hilary Scott, in advance of Hilary Scott’s appearance at the Zodiac Venue tomorrow night.
Jen writes, “…Singer-songwriter Hilary Scott has done something many musicians would pawn their beloved guitar for – turned her passion into a full-time career…In the 15 years since the Washington-based performer graduated from college, she’s traveled the world, released 10 albums and met a husband, a percussionist, along the way. Now the two tour and perform as a duo. Her last album, 2014’s “Freight Train Love,” was named the 2015 vintage folk album of the year by the Rural Roots Music Commission of the National Traditional Country Music Association…”
For the rest of Jen’s article, click HERE.
The show starts at 9 PM. The Zodiac is located at 230 Pueblo Ave. Tickets are $5.
Bill Kopp of the Colorado Springs Independent interviewed Hilary Scott in advance of her show at Zodiac Venue at 9 PM on January 20th. Bill Kopp writes, …”Scott put those skills together in support of Freight Train Love, a 2014 Indiegogo-funded album that features musicians who’ve played with the likes of Bonnie Raitt, Lyle Lovett and Lucinda Williams. One of the premiums that Scott offered was a written-to-order song. “And it ended up being a very large portion of the funds that we raised,” she says. “I think I had 23 different individuals who paid for an original song or a cover!”
The songwriting prompts were often nothing more than a key word, phrase or theme; from there, Scott was left to her own creative devices to write a song. “It’s ended up being a great writing exercise,” says Scott…”I push myself outside of the stories I might ordinarily want to tell, whatever autobiographical things I want to write about…”
To read the full article, click HERE. For more information about the show, visit: http://hilaryscott.com/show/hilary-scott-live-at-the-zodiac/