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"...Jacobs is a follower of the ballad, for which he knows how to find beautiful melodies...with sounds of folk, country, bluegrass, blues, interesting subjects/topics, and an affection for his native soil."

Bernard Boyat - Cri du Coyote - France

"...However you wish to call him, folk, blues, country, you sill find other respectable motifs than that of mainstream, but to find them, one needs to go a great distance from Nashville, and more towards "South Of Muskogee Town" Oklahoma."

Marco Denti - Buscadaro Magazine - Italy

"...Good songs, clever lyrics, sober and efficient, mostly acoustic arrangements, and a good storytelling way of singing. For me, this guy's the best alternative for Ray Wylie Hubbard, and that's a compliment..."

Roots Town Magazine - Belgium

"...(he) has a gift for weaving a tale...you could learn a thing or two about storytelling from this master."

Songwriter's Monthly

"...Jacobs crafts strong material in a neo-countryish vein..."

Dirty Linen

"Jacobs is the sweet voice of Oklahoma "Red Dirt"-not quite the grevious angel, but maybe the mischevious angel."

Thomas Conner - Tulsa World

"With songs like "A Little Rain Will Do" and "Okie Wind", Jacobs captures the dignity of his Dust Bowl ancestry...but it's more than just a history lesson...Jacobs' debut album details the intimate effects the world has on our daily lives..."

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