Brian McElhiney of The Bend Bulletin writes: “Hilary Scott brings alt-country to Bend…Her latest album, 2014’s “Freight Train Love,” is aptly named — the harder songs chug along with the power of a freight train, but Scott still knows how to get sweet when the music slows down, as on the neo-soul groove of the album-opening title track…Get to know the original Hilary Scott, up close and personal, at Astro.” Click HERE to read Brian’s full article.
Singer songwriter Hilary Scott and drummer AJ Gennaro will be appearing at the Astro Lounge in Bend, OR on Wednesday, January 20th at 9 PM.
Jared Rasic of Source Suggests, Bend OR recommends Hilary Scott’s show at the Astro Lounge on January 20th at 9 PM. Jared writes:
“Hilary Scott – Hilary Scott is an indie-Americana singer-songwriter touring off of her most popular record yet. With her sweet, soulful voice and her open hearted lyrics, Scott is one to watch for the future, as there is really no one who sounds quite like she does. Slow dance with your special someone and you won’t regret it. 9pm. Wednesday, Jan. 20. Astro Lounge, 939 NW Bond St. No cover.”
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KC Cafe’ Radio reports that Hilary Scott is among several KC Cafe’ Radio performing artists who made top 2015 ranking in the Roots Music Reports charts. Roots Music Reports is the music chart representing independent music. KC Cafe’ Radio reports that Hilary Scott’s Freight Train Love ranked 124 on the Americana Country category. Read the full story HERE on the KC Cafe’ Radio website.
We will see you on the road!
Details on times and locations can be found on my TOUR page
Hilary Scott and drummer AJ Gennaro perform on KCWI 23 Television’s GreatDay Sound Stage.
You can see the video on the GreatDay Sound Stage site: 9-4-15: Hilary Scott – Pedaler’s Jamboree
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!”