Four star review in The Daily News “In Tune” section

Check out this review from our friends at The Daily News in Pittsburgh…

If your taste in country music leans toward the old-school honky-tonk approach of Dwight Yoakam, then seek out the latest gem from crooner Moot Davis.  “Man About Town” is a 13-track collection of tunes that might have been sung by the late great Hank Williams in another era.

Songs like “Rags to Rhinestones,” “Day the World Shook My Hand,” “Queensbury Rules,” Crazy in Love With You,” “Black & White Picture,” “Rust” and “Everybody’s Gal” are nothing short of fantastic, as Davis shows off his singing and songwriting skills.  Hard to believe a New Jersey native could develop such a dynamite country drawl, but Davis has done it.  Enjoy, y’all.  (JS)