"I had more fun than a barrell of monkeys singing with Red on Jones On The Jukebox. His version captures the essence of the song. I felt like I was in a Texas dancehall, having a "Jack" or two... or three!" The Beckaroo, Becky Hobbs"
"Red Jenkins is my Country Music Hero. He is true to his Country Roots and know his music. As a producer and engineer in San Antonio,it is always a pleasure to work with Red because he knows what Country is all about. As a friend and fan I am honored to be a part of Red's new album. He has been an inspiration to me to keep the real Country Music sound alive and well. Best of luck with this one pal, and many more to come!! Your Texas Brother. Bill Green"
"I first heard of Red Jenkins through a friend of mine, Frank Dycus. I'd seen Red's records in Dycus music room and had heard so many great stories that I felt as though I knew him. Several years pass and i was performing at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville and after my performance a couple approached me and to my surprise it was Red and his lovely wife Gunilla. It was that chance meeting that led to my first ever trip to Europe. It would be safe to say that Red Jenkins was the first to introduce me to the music scene in Europe. And for that, I can't thank him enough. When Red began talking about making a recording in Nashville, I jumped at the chance to work with him. There is not a kinder soul and a truer friend than Mr. Red Jenkins. Our time in the studio making this record was some of the funniest times recording that I've had. This Is pure honky tonk. This along with Red's smooth delivery has produced a CD that I can't stop listening to. In my musical career, I have to say that working with the great Red Jenkins is one of my proudest achievements. I hope you enjoy this CD as much as Red and i enjoyed making it." / Your buddy, Billy Yates"