Eric Schuurmans, reviewer and writer for Rootstime – Belgium says: “…She (Hilary Scott) tells us stories, brings us messages that are as personal and real as the musicians who bring them” Read more in Reviews
Dusty Wright names Flowers On Mars the “Song of the Day” for August 31st on his Culture Catch blog. Dusty says: “Give this veteran singer-songwriter a watch and listen and become a believer.” Read more in Reviews or on the Culture Catch website
Chris Spector, Editor and Publisher writes:
“Scott has an indie session that can easily compete with anything the majors are handling (or mishandling these days). A fully formed, full band sound, Scott has a sharp pen, a smoking voice and more soul than a white girl sounding like a white girl should have.”
In the hands of Hilary Scott and her eleventh recording, Freight Train Love, the train has pulled out of the station, the smoke of a thousand romances and wished for soft kisses is unrolled across the ensuing countryside...Freight Train Love deserves its status as a great album to listen to, it has a distinct energy in which you cannot help but be pulled along by and the engine that drives it just keeps giving more and more.Ian D. Hall
New review of Freight Train Love just posted by Ian D. Hall, writer and music reviewer for Liverpool Sound and Vision!
Check it out! Liverpool Sound and Vision review of Freight Train Love
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