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Scott Richmond / Press

“Come What May chosen as Number 1 Country/Roots album of 2014.”

“...this totally engaging and musically addictive artist is truly one to watch... and definitely hear...”

“Come What May named one of Taron Cochrane's Top 10 albums of the year.”

"This engaging and musically addictive artist is truly one to watch... and definitely hear. 4.5/5 Stars"

“This is such a refreshing offering, and so diversified in its content, it is impossible to put Scott Richmond in a music genre. If you love great music this is a CD that you need to own. It gets better every time you listen to it.”

“Regina-based singer/songwriter Scott Richmond has just delivered a stunningly compelling debut album, Come What May, recorded in Nashville with such luminaries as Colin Linden (Blackie and the Rodeo Kings) and Kris Wilkinson (Bruce Springsteen). Richmond has a virile, gutsy voice a mite reminiscent of Eddie Vedder, and it's a perfect vehicle for his literate and gritty folk meets country material. A real contender.”

Kerry Doole - Exclaim!

“An excellent new talent with a unique voice. I expect Richmond to make big waves in the world of music.”

Bruce Leperre, 730 CKDM

“Scott Richmond (is) a supremely talented singer and songwriter.”

Kris Wilkinson (Blag Lagoon Music, Nashville)

“He is one of the most promising songwriters I have come across in many years, writing poetic lyrics to traditional, yet innovative and exciting, music that is different from anything that is currently being produced.”

Jeff Gordon (GM Carlin Nashville)

"The solidity of his art...we were all in agreement that it had to be recognized." (comment by Cécile Denis, judge in the 2008 Gala fransaskois)

“Scott has been listed as one of Canada's rising stars by Galaxie.ca”

"Scott Richmond, winner, again of the people's choice award." (2008 Chant'Ouest)

"The big winners at the Gala Chant' Ouest competition in the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre Friday evening both call Saskatchewan home. Gravelbourg's Scott Richmond and Zenon Park's Véronique Poulin both accepted the Mercure Excellence Award and earned a spot in the semi-finals of the prestigious Festival international de la chanson de Granby to be held in Quebec in September."

"Scott Richmond is one of this years winners and he also takes home the people's choice award." (2008 Gala Fransaskois)