"...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."
"...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."
"...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..."
"...(he) has a gift for weaving a tale...you could learn a thing or two about storytelling from this master."
"...Jacobs crafts strong material in a neo-countryish vein..."
"Jacobs is the sweet voice of Oklahoma "Red Dirt"-not quite the grevious angel, but maybe the mischevious angel."
"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..."