Moot Davis' fourth album Goin' In Hot finds the singer/songwriter/guitarist hitting a new peak. After three retro country-based albums that drew favorable comparisons to Hank Williams Sr. and Dwight Yoakam, Davis shifts gears from honky tonk towards roadhouse rock. The album's 13 offerings range from songs lamenting loss to wild hip shakers. Goin' In Hot also features a duet with red hot New West Records' artist Nikki Lane.
NPR hails Moot Davis as ''A Rocker With A Honky-Tonk Heart'' and Entertainment Today describes him as ''primed to be the leader in the new insurgent country music scene.''