Randy, the best media guy I ever met, and a Texan.  Thanks for your help.”     
                                                                                                           — James Williamson, Iggy & The Stooges

Thank you for your help.  Much appreciated.”
                                                                                                          — Leonard Cohen

Randy, I wanted to thank you for all the great press you’ve been getting for Outside Society.  I’ve been busy in the studio working on a new album, so unfortunately I haven’t had time to help support it.  But everything you’ve been forwarding to Andi has been terrific and I’m happy the release is doing so well.” 
                                                                                                          — Patti Smith

This is just a brief note to thank you for all your efforts in promoting my recent album and tour in the U.S.  I thoroughly enjoyed working with you and found the whole team at Angel Records to be dedicated and most professional in their work.”  
                                                                                                          — Ian Anderson / Jethro Tull

Randy, whom I met through his guiding light on the (Harry) Nilsson box set.  Randy, who has been a true companion in that magnetic field we both fill and toil in — music.”
                                                                                                        — Van Dyke Parks

Jimmy and I both want to thank Randy Haecker for the marvelous job he did in setting up a tremendously successful promotion for Jimmy at the SXSW event in Austin.  Randy’s professionalism, good humor, trouble shooting, and many kindnesses were certainly noted and shall be remembered.”
                        — Robin Siegel, former manager for Jimmy Webb

Fantastic to have the opportunity to work with you again, Randy — you did such an amazing job for the band on the Diesel and Dust: Deluxe Edition.”
                                                                                                      — Arlene, Midnight Oil Enterprises

Randy has never been anything other than a friendly, thorough professional on the many occasions I've had to work with him. Whenever he's involved in a project I'm working on, I know that I can count on his intelligence and efficiency. it's always a pleasure to collaborate with him and I hope to have many more opportunities to do so in the future.”
                                                                                                    — Anthony DeCurtis, Author and music critic,
                                                                                                        who has written for Rolling Stone, The New York Times,
                                                                                                        Relix, and many other publications

I have written about, reviewed or assigned reviews of many Sony Legacy releases over the years, and at every turn, Randy has been available, helpful and highly knowledgeable of the music and materials. He's supplied advance copies of music and editorial content quickly and efficiently.  He puts thought into targeting his pitches and he gets the job done. He's a friendly, stand-up guy, and I look forward to working with him on future projects."
                                                                                                  — Mark Kemp, Editor-in-Chief at Creative Loafing
                                                                                                      (Charlotte,  NC); former VP at MTV and former editor at
                                                                                                      Rolling StoneOption Magazine, SF Weekly, and Acoustic

Whether working with music icons or the press, Randy is the consummate pro. I had a fantastic experience with him when he arranged an interview for me and Darlene Love.  Randy's enthusiasm shapes his work. Publicists, or anyone involved with the promotion or marketing of music, could learn from his example.”
                                                                                                — Christian John Wikane, Popmatters.com