Four Stars. The rumbling title track alone will set hellhounds on your trail, a vibe he sustains throughout.” - Andy Fyfe

Q Magazine

Will Scott’s debut studio solo recording draws on southern rock, blues and music akin to Jim Morrison of the Doors even, as he embraces everything that is good in Americana music... One of the most impressive new acts of his kind to come along in quite some time.” - Maurice Hope

Americana UK

Gnawbone is a true Americana album with all of the early sounds of country, folk, rock and roll, and then there are modern twists to keep you on your toes... Chew on Gnawbone for awhile. It won't go stale.” - Kyle M. Palarino

FolkWax

2009 Independent Music Awards finalist, Album of the Year, Blues Category”

Independent Music Awards

One of the best CDs I have heard in years... A perfect voice for Southern style music... We'll gladly lay claim to him here.” - Zeke Loftin

Twisted South Magazine

You ever just fall in love with an artist’s music the very first time you heard them play? Such was the case with the music of Will Scott... It’s been a while since an artist captivated my attention the way Will Scott has done... it is indeed a breath of fresh air to hear something so real, so honest, from an independent artist.” - Michael Buffalo Smith

GRITZ.NET

Top Ten best selling records of the year, 2009, at Music Matters” - Patrick Doyle

Village Voice

Editor's Pick" in Juke Joint Blues category. Gnawbone also reached #2 on CDBaby's Americana Chart, #1 on their Juke Joint Blues Chart, and #1 in its "mood" category.”

CDBaby

Scott has the unique ability to deliver a song vocally with the soul and passion that drives a song home. His vocal presence is astounding.” - John Walker

Americana Roots

Semi-finalist for Blues Song category, "Gnawbone" (written by Will Scott and Christopher "Preacher Boy" Watkins)”

International Songwriting Competition

Top 50 tracks. Indianan adds a tribal beat to his Delta blues and sounds like that ol’ hellhound isn’t too far off his trail. Few people manage to make the blues modern. Will Scott is one of them.”

Q Magazine