Moot Davis - биография, альбомы, песни, клипы

At an early age, Moot displayed an interest in both music and acting. After high school, he did stints as a laborer and pool builder while focusing his efforts on his musical career, eventually moving to New York City. Moot was soon heard by Fred Boenig who ran WDVR-FM, a local radio station out of Sergeantsville , NJ . There, Moot was featured on a live weekly hillbilly radio show called “Heartlands Hayride.” Boenig also helped Moot record his first real demo.


In 2001 Moot moved to Nashville to pursue his career. There, he continued honing his own brand of contemporary roots music and started sending out demos. Eventually, acclaimed honky-tonk artist Rosie Flores recommended that he send his recordings to Pete Anderson and his Little Dog Records. The demo quickly became a favorite around the Little Dog office. Exactly one year after moving to Nashville, Moot found himself on a plane to Los Angeles to make a record with Pete. The debut album drew impressive reviews for its strong songwriting and attention-grabbing mix of classic country with modern sensibilities. Mario Tarradell from the “Dallas Morning News” proclaimed that, “Moot Davis sounds like a long-lost musical sibling of country legends Johnny Cash and Hank Williams” while “Entertainment Today” simply said, “Moot Davis is primed to be the leader in the new insurgent country music scene.”