That's My Home features Roberts on vocals, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, clarinet, steel guitar and other well-known musicians like Rick McRae on guitar; Eddie Rivers and Johnny Cox on steel guitar; Butch Miles, Jim Loessberg, and Mike Bernal on drums; Kevin Smith on bass; and Dan Walton on piano. That's My Home captures a 'live, in the room' sound, reminiscent of recordings from the 1930s. See below for rave reviews of That’s My Home.


High Praise for That’s My Home 
“I’d say it’s a triumph, and undoubtedly one of my favorite albums [of the year]…Jason Roberts doesn’t put a foot wrong on this CD which should sit just as well with fans of real country as it will with Western Swing aficionados…Absolutely superb.” – Duncan Warwick, Country Music People

“The surprise of That's My Home isn't the superb but refreshed traditional Western swing of Cindy Walker opener ‘I Hear You Talkin’. Or, for that matter, the title track's drowsy dance-floor spinner. Rather, it's the marvelous jazzy turns of ‘Avalon’ and jumping hot ‘Dark Town Strutter's Ball’.” – Doug Freeman - Austin Chronicle

“‘Lest We Forget,’ the only Roberts-penned tune [on That's My Home], begs for more such originals, though jived-up closer ‘Bye Bye Blackbird’ showcases the eclectic purpose of a fiddler now in the driver's seat.” –  Doug Freeman - Austin Chronicle

"That’s My Home feels as fresh as it does familiar, a subtle updating of vintage music..." – Preston Jones - Fort Worth Star-Telegram