“This is classic country steeped in tradition and delivered with the conviction of a guy that has lived these songs more than a few times in life. Fans of Aaron Watson, George Strait, and Chris LeDoux will be all about this record.”
“Re: the single Whiskey Bottle - "...It's pure Honky Tonk! Lovely Traditional sound but Contemporary, just the way I like it!"”
““…The Last Honky Tonk In Town is a shoo in for one of my favorite albums of 2016.” –”
“Re: The Last Honky Tonk In Town: "...each song deserves to be listened to 1000 times. Due to my musical taste, among my favorites would be “Whiskey in Heaven” which has a Western Swing feel, or “Whiskey Bottle” with a Honky Tonk feel. This work is OUTSTANDING, and New Age Traditionalists and the lovers of true Country will love this– HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! A great album if your tastes are more similar to Honky Tonk and the Traditional sounds of Country.”
"The Last Honky Tonk In Town" (5 Stars) "...I don't know about recording it for him, he may as well made it for me, or indeed anyone who appreciates some modern Honky Tonk with a touch of Outlaw." "...however, the cherries on the top of the icing on the cake are the out and out Honky Tonker "Whiskey Bottle", the stone Country of "Dying As Fast As I Can" and the swingin' "Whiskey In Heaven..."
"One listen to 'The Dangerous Spivey Sessions' and there's no doubt that Scott Southworth is an extraordinary songwriter. The collective as a whole leans easily to the country side of things, but Southworth's writing and vocal delivery of the songs broaden the genre' enough to appeal to newer fans and traditionalists, alike. And that, my friends, takes considerable skill and a true appreciation for the craft of songwriting."
"A creative and catchy mix that reminds you of what country music is supposed to be about. Can't help but keep this CD on instant replay. Especially enjoying tracks 3 & 6, “Love Makes Fools” indeed." – Juliette Vara, Big 20 Countdown Mountain Country 107.9 / Fox 5 YeeHaw Junction, @countrynewsgirl
"...His tunes talk to the real life topics all people experience and his live performances clearly demonstrate his joy and expertise at connecting with his audiences. He makes the listener feel like he is singing directly to them, telling their story. Overall, Nashville is very blessed to have Mr. Scott Southworth in the city limits, adding more amazing magic to Music City."
"Hidden inside each one of Scott’s songs is a bit of each audience member. The connection that he makes is amazing. One minute you’re laughing out loud, the next your heartstrings are being tugged. Scott is welcome at the Meteor Lounge in Oregon anytime!" Sally Bany Co- Founder Youth Music Project
“Scott Southworth was invited to play the Fleur de Lis Acoustic Series and "play" is an understatement. His jovial style of music put the crowd at ease with the first tune. Throughout the night he continued to gain the respect of his listeners and awe them with his talent. He will definitely be invited back. If you have the chance to see him live - don't miss it.”
"...It is easy to imagine most of the songs on “Tin Man” being recorded by any number of country singers, especially a song such as “Bartender,” which seems built for late-night singalongs."
"...was thrilled to be introduced to his music and thoroughly enjoyed all his songs. He was funny, poignant and genuinely enjoyed telling his stories and sharing his music! Scott has a great collection of songs and puts on a super show! Be sure to check out my favorite songs of his, Tin Man and Bartender."
“Scott gave us a terrific night of original music, humor and a big crowd of wine lovers! He kept the audience engaged with stories, songs and an easy wit. He's welcome back anytime!”
“We were so privledged to have had Scott Southworth perform on Temecula Live! Country Music Review. The audience absolutely loved him and his original songs were the hit of the night! Scott is an amazing talent and an asset to any event. His energy and style of songwriting is engaging and keeps you wanting more...”
"We had Scott Southworth out to play at the Oasis House Concerts in San Diego recently, and we all had such a great time. Scott was funny and had a real easy and natural rapport with the audience. His songs were great, too. Catchy, clever, great melodies & clean playing. This guy is a natural entertainer and a great fit on the house concert circuit."