“Blessed with a powerful voice and equally at home on guitar, keyboards or violin Hilary is a talented lady and she writes good songs too”
"The main ingredient [in Freight Train Love] is, of course, Hilary Scott and her passionate, sweet, sultry vocals that bleed throughout the record."
“One of the highlights from the album is the evocative "Whiskey Bottle Dry," which Scott says marks a departure for her as a writer. "That has become my favorite on the record. I co-wrote that one with Michael O'Neill. We wrote it as a dark look at relationships."”
“In a review of Cock Robin's performance, French newspaper La Montagne had this to say about Hilary Scott's opening act for Cock Robin:..."after an astounding opening performance by Hilary Scott - (what a voice!!!!)..." ”
“...Like a fine wine, Hilary Scott's tremendous vocal skill continues to evolve leaving her fans worldwide in awe. This beautiful young lady has toured throughout the globe and has been awarded accolades and support from far and near. Now, with the release of "Still", Hilary Scott And The New County Line, show us yet another side of their incredible talent. This EP has 5 delicious songs that take you on a journey through music. Though Hilary Scott is an exceptional songwriter, I believe she has progressed into a master storyteller as well. "Still" takes us through emotions like the colors in a kaleidoscope. Her powerful voice is strong, yet sultry and sexy. She shows her softer side with lilting ballads like Untitled (So Long), Fighting Odds (Take What You Get) and of course the title track, Still. Like leather and lace, Hilary Scott has it all going on." ”
"As has been well-documented in the Tribune, singer-songwriter Hilary Scott has been a reliable road warrior and something of an international darling, taking her talents to Asia, Europe and various other points across the United States in search of artistic satisfaction and in service of her songs. Amid a melange of time zones, international date lines, languages and suitcases, Scott has earned the trust of her audiences through the power of her soulful voice, an instrument which has not only united these disparate settings but also distinctive genres such as pop, rock, blues and jazz."