July 9, 2014

Love Hangover Live from Alt Root Studios

Check out the boys playing Love Hangover from their recent appearance on the Alt Root Extended Play Sessions

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June 21, 2014

Review from Country Standard Time

Henry Carrigan from CountryStandardTime.com has a lot of good things to say about Goin’ In Hot

…if Keith Richards, Raul Malo and Dwight Yoakam had a love child, it would be Moot Davis. Davis delivers an album that might better have titled “Goin’ in Scorching.” Corvino’s and Vaughan’s guitars, combined with Davis’s searing lyrics and his blistering voice, burn down every roadhouse in sight.

Read the whole review at http://www.countrystandardtime.com/d/cdreview.asp?xid=5445

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June 14, 2014

Jul 4th in Pflugerville, TX!


Moot and the boys are proud to be included in the Pflugerville Pfirecracker Pfestival July 4th.  We hit the stage “STARS” stage at 6pm, come on out and have some fun!

From blues to country, pop to patriotic, a ton of great bands will keep the Independence Day celebration hopping from midday to after the fireworks show! See the Pfirecracker Pfestival performances on the north or south sides of Lake Pflugerville, starting at 3 p.m.


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June 12, 2014

Suze Uttal: Country Twang Rocked the House

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Moot Davis and The Good Americans were up in Boston last Saturday to film a performance for The Alternate Root‘s TV show,  The Extended Play Session.  The boys were on fire and tore it up!  Among the audience was blogger Suze Uttal, who captured the real feel of what we have going on in both words and a lot of great photos.

I was not at all familiar with Moot before this show but I do enjoy country twang so I went to this Session. Not only was I not disappointed, I loved this show!  I suggest that people who think they don’t like country music should listen to Moot; he might change your minds.


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May 29, 2014

A few words from Rochester City Paper

Man, Frank De Blase from the Rochester City Paper really gets it, one of the better short descriptions of what Moot and the boys got going on:

This is some red-hot, in your face, ants in your pants, longneck in your hand, sweetheart in your arms barroom boogie. New Jersey-born Moot Davis’ twang and croon calls to mind the country revolution that resuscitated and rescued country music from the Nashvegas vampires. Though the music displays plenty of rural, rocking giddy-up and go, at the heart of it all is an honest countrypolitan crooner who embraces the Keef Riffhard 5-string, open G approach to the guitar. That’s right, there’s some rock in there, baby.


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May 14, 2014

Review from Hyperbolium

The band gets some love in this latest review on Hyperbolium:

The band … moves easily between mid-tempo blues, country two-steps and second line shuffles, and really tears it up for the roadhouse rock of “Midnight Train” and “Ragman’s Roll.” Their flexibility recalls Commander Cody’s Lost Planet Airmen, and is a perfect match for Davis broadened songwriting.


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May 13, 2014

New Review: Cashbox Music Reviews


David Bowling from Cashbox Music Reviews says Goin’ In Hot is certainly worth a listen and hopefully will provide a well-deserved boost for his career.”


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May 1, 2014

Review from MyJoog

Music blog Todd Godbout at MyJoog  says Goin’ In Hot “is a great combination of love sick ballads and rockin’ up tempo music.”  Check out the whole review at the link below:


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April 30, 2014

Moot Interviewed for Lonesome Highway

Moot gives a look inside the making of Goin’ In Hot in a new review by Stephen Rapid at Lonesome Highway.  Here’s an excerpt:

 When I sit down and work with the guitar, I never know what’s going to come out. I mean, it’s kind of like a channel and if it works that day, you’re an open channel and I’m receiving some sort information from somewhere and whether that’s going to be country or roadhouse rocker or whatever, I really don’t know. And I try not to ask too many questions about it, I just try to dial  in the cosmic radio, to get the right frequency you know? 

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April 29, 2014

Review from No Depression

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Another nice review, this one from Lee Zimmerman at No Depression

Like the Mavericks’ Raul Malo, Moot Davis is an old school singer, a man who makes his music from both a selective and cerebral point of view.  Consequently, the songs included on this, his latest opus, find him emoting in a way that brings to mind the great country crooners so prevalent back in the day — iconic artists like Hank Sr., Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Charlie Pride, Porter Waggoner et. al. Aside from his singing, Davis is also a terrific tunesmith, a fact evident on every one of these track without exception. While most of the songs are the kind of lovelorn ballads that demand an ample infusion of tears in a beer, there are enough uptempo tunes — “Midnight Train,” “Love Hangover,” “Ragman’s Roll,” “Lights” and the like — to ensure that Davis evades any lingering effects of moodiness and melancholia. Credit producer Kenny Vaughan for imbuing the ambiance and guitarist Bill Corvino for adding exhilaration. This is a stunning set from beginning to end. 


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