Will Scott's Keystone Crossing continues to stake his claim as America's most soulful country blues artist." (Four Stars)” - Andy Fyfe

Q Magazine

Best Blues Song nominee at the Annual Independent Music Awards for "Last Rest Stop." ”

Independent Music Awards

Top 10 Blues albums of 2011”

Classic Rock Magazine

Here we are talking about real roots... runs through country, blues and gospel influences along the southern route like JJ Grey and his band Mofro often take.” - John Gjaltema

AltCountry.nl

Brings blues, country, gospel, and Western swing to the table and delivers cohesive, haunting results." (Four Stars)” - PR

Guitarist Magazine

Will Scott is [...] an eclectic master of all things Americana. His latest album Keystone Crossing is a characteristically dark, fearless, completely original mix of both acoustic and electric blues, oldtime country and gospel sounds. It’s the best thing he’s done, and it’s one of the best albums that’s come over the transom here this year.” - Alan Young

LucidCulture

It's the voice that gets you. A deep, dark, hurt thing, it compels you to listen, whatever story it's telling.” - David Burke

Rock'n'Reel

Keystone Crossing... shows off Scott's rich, deep, trembling voice in the very best possible light." (9/10 stars)” - John Hawes

Americana UK

One of the best country/blues, rock and Americana albums to come out this year.... Get your hands on this ASAP and play it all the way through again, again, and again." (5 Stars, for Keystone Crossing)” - Adrian Phillips

AllGigs

Readers with a taste for Americana have probably already bought this album, and are enjoying it immensely!" (8/10)” - Norman Darwen

Blues In Britain

The album [...] highlights his deep bluesy voice, that sounds as if it would be right at home on the ghost riders range. You really notice how special it is when he harmonises some native American style chants. Equally as impressive on the album is the guitar work, not just his, but also Ben Peeler's lap steel. Soulful Americana.”

Fatea Magazine