Talented Texas singer-songwriter, Jerry Webb has a brand new CD and it is loaded with some really super Western Swing and Texas dance hall music. This one consists of 12 tunes of what Texas music is all about, a great voice and backing by a band consisting of some of the top names in Western Swing music. Besides featuring Jerry on vocals and Gary Carpenter and his Rains steel guitar and Dobro you also hear the album producer, Carl Vaughan playing acoustic guitar. In the heart of the rhythm section is heard Wayne Bennett playing drums. Dale Morris, Jr. is heard playing some unbelievable fiddle, Mark Abbott plays upright bass and Chip Bricker is the pianist. There is some awesome Tommy Nash guitar and Willie Glover Telecaster guitar. Jeanne Vaughan does the background vocals and Jerry's son, Michael Webb is heard doing vocal on the only tune in the album that Jerry did not write, one written by Michael's granddad, Water on a Wine Glass. On What I'd Love Steve Soloman plays fiddle, Derrick Spiegner does drums, Ron Jones, bass guitar and former Asleep at the Wheel pianist Chris Booher does the ivories. The album opens with the Texas dance hall feel of Red Lips and then goes on to a fantastic Western Swing cut that can really score Here in Old Fort Worth. Other Texas dance hall shuffle sounds heard are When You Know How to Fall, Turn to the Wine and Wrong From the Ring. The album title tune Red Lips and Honky Tonks is another one with big hit potential while I Love a Texas Honky Tonk is another great tune. Another very interesting item is Keep Your Back to the Wind while two other really nice items are Do the Right Thing and The One I Don't Have.