Antsy and Edgar Cruz at Harlow’s in Sacramento tonight

Can’t make it to Woodflock this weekend but live in California?  How about a trip to Sacramento to catch Antsy McClain with his good friend Edgar Cruz for a night of Flamenco and Flamingo. Antsy loves this place. Cool vibe. Good sound. Good people. Edgar Cruz will be joining Antsy at Woodflock Friday, May 27, but if you can’t make it to Red Bluff, come out and see Antsy and Edgar at Harlow’s for a musical feast.

And this just in: Loose Bruce Wandmayer is joining Antsy! Now anything can happen!

Get your tickets here:
http://www.harlows.com/event/1164707-antsy-mcclain-troubs-sacramento/

If you want to attend Woodflock 2016, there is still space and there will be loads of fun too.  Click on the photo below for all the details.

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WOODFLOCK 2016 FINAL CALL

Woodflock’s 6th Year Will be Better Than Ever
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Above is this year’s t-shirt design only available to Woodflockers, drawn up by Antsy hizself.

Well, it’s almost here! Just a few more days and Woodflock will be upon us. Antsy has often said it’s the most fun we have all year. The gathering of people make this event the most rewarding thing we do as a community. We have a lot of friends helping us along the way, and Antsy, the band and all of the Flamingoheads are truly grateful for them and their tireless efforts to make Woodflock memorable and meaningful to all those in attendance.
If you haven’t signed up for a cabin, but want to, don’t delay. We only have a few left. We’ve had such an outpouring of good mojo concerning our Red Bluff, California Woodflock, that we are looking to Franchise it. Ha. Well, that may be too big a word for it. We’re looking at a location near Nashville, Tennessee to host Woodflock East in the Fall of every year. We’ll keep you posted, and as usual, your feedback is appreciated. Any ideas you might have for locations, or how to make the event be the best we can offer, will be appreciated.
Antsy and the Troubs are looking forward to seeing you all again, hanging out, catching up, and sharing our journeys along this winding highway we call life.
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SPACES ARE FILLING UP FAST. This is shaping up to be our best Woodflock ever. Apparently if you do something 6 times, you’re bound to get it right, huh? Woodflock is our favorite event all year. The best part comes in meeting and hanging out with folks who all have the same things in common: a love of music, a sense of humor, a desire to live authentically and “enjoy the ride.” If you’re one of those people, you should join us!
Just click HERE to get on board!
Woodflock is filling up! Space is limited. Join us!
Of course, Antsy and the guys will be bringing their usual music and humor with them. They’ll be playing songs off their latest album, as well as the old favorites. And Sunday night’s show is an ALL REQUEST NIGHT, as we do every year. You make the set list.
They’ll be performing every night around the fire, as usual. Also throwing it in will be Antsy’s dear friend, guitar master, Edgar Cruz on Friday night, the uniquely talented Sourdough Slim with multi-instrumentalist Bob Armstrong on Saturday night, and Sunday will be a few creativity sessions with Antsy and his friends.
Edgar Cruz

Edgar Cruz

Sourdough Slim

Sourdough Slim

Bob Armstrong and Hilary

Bob Armstrong and Hilary

Hands-on arts and crafts for kids of all ages will be provided by our friends Bill and Katie. They do a great job, and they donate all their time and supplies to the cause.
Crafts for all ages!

Crafts for all ages!

Every morning gets started with the wonderful Hilary Nicholls and her dobro-playing husband, Bruce Wandmayer. We are also offering Yoga hosted by Dave Emery this year directly following the daily meditation. Meal time will be fabulous, as always. Also, our friend John Chips will be bringing his Monster Grill with him for us to enjoy special meat and veggies smoked to succulent perfection.
Antsy and the Troubs up close and personal

Antsy and the Troubs up close and personal

This is a lot of stuff! We’re thinking it’s going to be our best Woodflock EVER! Join us! Click HERE for passes. We have day passes or you can join us for the whole weekend. You can bring a tent, stay in a cabin, bring an RV or stay at a nearby hotel. Details on the Official Woodflock 2016 Page.
Antsy McClain

Antsy McClain



Another Year – Thoughts from the Trailer Park

AntsyStanMartinHi folks,
Well, it’s another year. Hard to believe it, but it’s true. We were all just sitting here minding our own business and we got a year older.
I had a friend once tell me that he moved around too fast, stayed on the go so much, that time couldn’t keep up with him. He looked younger than his years, so I wondered if maybe that was true, that we could outrun Time. I tried it for a while. Didn’t work.
You can play hide and seek with Time, but that sucker always finds you mere seconds after you’ve hid in the pantry with the dog food, behind the wastebasket. Sneaky guy comes up around the corner and taps you on the shoulder. You’re it.
I’m it? For what? What am I “it” for? What is “it” anyway?
Being “it” when tapped on the shoulder by Time, means “growing up.” I was never afraid of growing up. Like most kids, I saw it as being able to stay up as late as I wanted, being able to eat whatever I wanted, whenever I wanted. Then I grew up, and while I was in charge of my own menu and sleep schedule, the rest of this stuff was total bull crap!
Taxes? Insurance? Utility bills? Rent payments? Seriously?
MoesAlley1I started to second-guess my desire to grow up. What was I thinking? But, as we have all come to realize, by the time you realize, it’s way too late.
So, I paid my taxes, paid my bills, established credit, bought homes, bought cars, supported local, modest economies, and kept food on the table and shoes on the feet of 7 people for a long, long time. It felt good, to be honest, this grown-up thing. Most of the time, anyway. And I settled into it like my father, and his father before him.
“You’re it.”
I am it, there is no doubt about it.
AntsyTrailers“It” is starting to mean “old,” now that I look around, and Time is relentlessly pushing me forward as I shuffle my feet, looking behind me like a shopper at the grocery store who forgot to get coffee before getting in line. There it was, right there on my list, and I overlooked it. How did I forget coffee? What is happening to me? And I’m next up. I can see the coffee over there in aisle 7, but I can’t get out of line now. There are too many people behind me, and I’ll lose my place.
I’ll lose my place. Now, there’s a loaded statement. We think Time gives us a “place,” but there is no place to lose. All Time does is count. And nag. If we listen to him.
While we busily go about the minutiae of life, Time – grumpy stickler of an account manager that he is – doesn’t give us one thought. He doesn’t care if we give him any attention or not. Time is oblivious of us. He’s in the back corner office on that noisy calculator with the lever that he pushes down every second of every day. Time is eating a chicken salad sandwich, with crumbs of white bread at the corner of his mouth. He’s oblivious to that too. Efficiency is everything to Time. The crumbs will take care of themselves.
AntsyCarsonCityWhich is where I am now, letting the crumbs take care of themselves. I’m in my early 50’s, and something clicked when I crossed over to this most intriguing of decades. I simply don’t care so much what people think. I spend less time worrying about saying or doing the wrong thing. I’ve had so much practice at making mistakes, I kinda know where the land mines are now, and I roll with it. This is not to say I won’t make any more mistakes. I’m probably making more. But I’m just not whipping myself over them like I was trained to do in the past.
And it’s 2016. When I was a boy, I don’t recall even thinking about 2016. That was the stuff of comic books and sci fi novels. But here it is anyway, without my thinking about it. And 2017 will do the same, with or without me. I’m hoping it’s with me.
Troubs2016There is a lot of ground to cover this year. I have a lot of new things in my life to be thankful for, a lot of good changes at home and in my career, and I’ll share them with you as things develop.
I hope you are all happy and healthy as you read this. And I look forward to the time we can talk again face-to-face. Until then, take care of each other. Hugs.
– Antsy McClain, January 20, 2016, 12:02 PM

UPCOMING SHOWS IN FEBRUARY (SO FAR)

WED Feb 10: The Mystic Theatre, Petaluma, CA. Details & Tickets HERE. 
FRI Feb 12: Piper’s Opera House, Virginia City, NV. Details & Tickets HERE. 
SAT Feb 27: Saint Xavier High School Performing Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH. Details & Tickets HERE. 

SOMEWHERE PAST THESE GRAVEL ROADS

GRAVELCOVEROur latest album, Somewhere Past These Gravel Roads, is doing really well, and is receiving wonderful reviews from friends old and new. We’d love for you to hear and let us know what you think. Click HERE to order your digital copy or get a CD sent to you in a matter of days.

 

WOODFLOCK 2016

Woodflock 2015 Gang

Woodflock 2015 Gang

We have our annual Woodflock registration in full swing. We hope you can plan to join us Memorial Day weekend for this fun event!

DSC_2878Woodflock is the best event we do all year. It’s a gathering of Flamingoheads from all over the United States on Memorial Day weekend. We laugh, we catch up, we play music, we meditate, we do yoga, we eat good food prepared by Sue Butler, we drink, we share. It’s nice. It’s a camping event, but there are also hotels just down the road, 5 minutes away. Many choose this option. You do not have to be a camping enthusiast to enjoy Woodflock. There is something for everyone. Go HERE for more details.

 


State of the Trailer Park 2016

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dallasHappy New Year to you all.

Life is challenging right now for many of you. I think of you often and wonder how you are doing. I look forward to when our paths cross again, and we can visit face to face.

As 2016 is upon us, many of us wax philosophical and get a tad sentimental. I am prone to do this, and make fewer apologies for it the older I get. I inherited my mother’s tear ducts, and have been accused of crying when Classic Coke came back. (It’s not true. It was allergies.)

ItAintHomeDecember was weird around here as our thermometer seemed to be stuck on 74 degrees for a good couple of weeks. Not that I’m complaining. I was practically sunbathing last Thursday until I got one too many weird reactions from my neighbors. The way I see it, a man should be able to lay in a hammock in his own back yard. With cowboy boots and a bath towel. Playing Abba. Really loud.

Troubs2016Anyway, it’s been warm is what I’m saying. It’s back to 34 degrees this week though, so our third Indian Summer of the year was short lived.

So, I was thinking of joining a gym, but they are too full right now. I’ll wait until the last week of February when two thirds of the new sign-ups will be back on their sofas in front of their televisions, embracing their bad habits like a long lost friend. Besides, there is still pumpkin pie in the fridge, and it won’t eat itself.

Woodflock 2015 Gang

Woodflock 2015 Gang

We have our annual early bird special discount still in effect for Woodflock. Please join us. You’ll save $50 per entry if you order this week. Deadline for savings is this Friday, January 8th at midnight.

DSC_2878Woodflock is the best event we do all year. It’s a gathering of Flamingoheads from all over the United States on Memorial Day weekend. We laugh, we catch up, we play music, we meditate, we do yoga, we eat good food prepared by Sue Butler, we drink, we share. It’s nice. It’s a camping event, but there are also hotels just down the road, 5 minutes away. Many choose this option. You do not have to be a camping enthusiast to enjoy Woodflock. There is something for everyone. Go HERE for more details, and to take advantage of the early bird discount.

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GRAVELCOVEROur latest album, Somewhere Past These Gravel Roads, is doing really well, and is receiving wonderful reviews from friends old and new. We’d love for you to hear and let us know what you think. Click HERE to order your digital copy or get a CD sent to you in a matter of days.

Pete Huttlinger

Pete Huttlinger

I’m working on a new album of all-new material with the incomparable Pete Huttlinger as collaborator and producer. Pete plays a mean guitar, but it doesn’t stop there. Banjo and mandolin are also strong suits for my friend of 12 or so years who has played with John Denver, Vince Gill, Leann Rymes and so many more. The album is untitled yet, and contains songs I’ve written over the last 20 years that were kind of waiting for a proper home. Warning to those who only like my funny stuff, and an announcement to those who really like my serious stuff: There won’t be any funny songs on this album. Most are love songs ripped from my own life over time – from some really dark places to extremely happy places – all written just as I lived through them. The instrumentation will be acoustic and light, some drums and bass, but heavy on acoustic guitar just as you’d hear it in my living room. We are thinking of it as a follow up to my popular solo album, Time-Sweetened Lies. I’ll keep you posted on its progress.

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PaintingAs many of you know, I am renovating a 1953 mid-century ranch home, and adorning it with antiques from the era it was built. I have been entertaining and breaking the place in as the echoes of laughter and music seep into the plaster walls, giving it more life and warmth with each dinner party. It is a great joy to build a home around you and share it with friends.

I’m going to be painting again soon, preparing for a gallery show at The Center for the Arts in Grass Valley, CA this April. I’m very excited about that. I’ll let you know more about that as time approaches.

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ConfusedWhinyI have been extremely happy these past few months, sharing time with my children and a precious handful of dear friends and loved ones. I am the luckiest man on earth, and look forward to 2016 with butterflies in my stomach.

 


My Trip to Wokingham, UK

Hanging with Family at Woodflock

Hanging with Family at Woodflock

After a fabulous five days in California hanging with my “family” at Woodflock, I had little time to rest.  I was purt near worn ragged from all of the fun and events at this “Flamingohead Family Retreat” and truly wasn’t ready to book on out of that four day camping extravaganza and head across the US and on to England.

Thanks to all my Woodflockers for a GREAT weekend. Love and hugs to you all.

 

Went to Iceland and all I got was a silly T-shirt

Went to Iceland and all I got was a silly T-shirt

Delayed flights and post holiday travel can test the resolve of one who has promised to “Enjoy the Ride.” After a day of delays flying from California to New Jersey, I finally buckled in on my flight to Iceland, where I would change planes to London. I was finally able to relax!

When I finally got to Iceland….it was just a layover, but what I saw of the airport was very nice.  At least I was able to land a t-shirt out of the visit!!

With legs stretched, it was back on the plane and on to London. I arrived tired and headed to the hotel.

Old Church in Wokingham

Old Church in Wokingham

While in London, I watched my first episode of Nashville – HA! It’s big in England. And I found out it’s just ‘The Young and The Restless’ with guitars. After a night of off-and-on sleep trying to acclimate myself to life on another continent, I can attest that British television is every bit as bad as anything we have going on in the U.S. HA! However, there’s a show over here called ‘Gogglebox‘ where cameras are set up in living rooms to catch the reactions of viewers as they watch various Reality TV shows, and it’s actually pretty hilarious. This will be the next phase of television: We watch others watching TV. The phase after that: We watch people watching people watching TV, and on it goes. Anyway…I needed to then head outside to soak up the sunshine and some of the beautiful old scenes of jolly old England, like the old church in Wokingham.

 

WokinghamPosterMy good friend Pauly Zarb, who arranged the street concert in Wokingham for the second straight year (very much like the street concerts he arranged in Bardstown, Kentucky with his brother Matt for a number of years), pulled together an amazing group of musicians to play with the band.  My Nashville drummer, Chris “Spoonz” Long, flew out a few days earlier and did some gigs with Pauly.

After I had rested up we got together with these fine musicians…Stuart Long on guitar, Rob Reeve assisting on percussion, amazing saxophonist Erly Thornton, Spoonz on drums and Paolo Minervini on bass…we got together and rehearsed.

These guys were hot.  Following is a video by guitarist Stuart Long of a piece of our rehearsal.  Taken from a GoPro attached to his guitar, it is a great view of our rockin’ rehearsal/show at Jagz Jazz Club.  Thanks to Stuart for this video.

Setting up the Stage for the street concert in Wokingham

Setting up the Stage for the street concert in Wokingham

The day for the Wokingham show was finally arrived.  The stage was getting set up and equipment was brought in.

An event like this takes a ton of planning, coordination and logistics.  Words alone cannot express the happy, peaceful place was in. I can only say “thank you” Pauly, for making this possible, and inviting me across the pond to be part of your party.’ It’s a way cool world.

By evening we were ready to put on a show.  After Hussy Hicks and Jimmi Nolan did their parts to open, we were primed and ready to kick into high gear and give the crowd a fun time.

Local Press had us Covered

Local Press had us covered

Working the crowd at Wokingham

Working the crowd at Wokingham

By evening time the crowd was ready.  The band was tight and we had a fabulous time.

There were hundreds of people lining the street in Wokingham, many of them dancing to the tunes.  I must admit that it was easily one of the top five shows I’ve ever been involved in. This band — O. M. G.!!

Following are a couple of quick video clips from the show and a couple of photos.

Friends, if this ain’t the Big Time, What Is?

Enjoy!

 

 

Chris on Drums and Paolo on Bass from my perspective

Chris on Drums and Paolo on Bass

Left to Right - Pauly Zarb, Rob Reeves, Erly Thornton and Mark Palmer

Left to Right – Pauly Zarb, Rob Reeves, Erly Thornton and Mark Palmer

Pauly Zarb Working it in Wokingham

Pauly Zarb Working it in Wokingham

 

The After-show Effect on my jacket

The After-show Effect on my jacket

As with all things…this good…no, this GREAT thing had to come to an end.

It was a wild and fun night…lots of sweat from dancing on the stage with some wonderful musicians…all of whom I felt honored and grateful to share the stage with.

Leaving was bittersweet, but I can now look forward to the next trip to hang with these great folks.

 

 

 

 

Closing off the trip with old friends Spoonz and Pauly

Closing off the trip with old friends Spoonz and Pauly


Woodflock 2015 is Just Around the Corner – May 21 to 25

WOODFLOCK_MASTAre you ready for Woodflock? Have you registered yet?  So much fun is planned for this event each year and this is the SIXTH annual Woodflock event to be held in Red Bluff, CA. Antsy and the Troubs will be there, Flamingoheads from the country will be there and this year even Sumoflam is heading out there direct from Pine View Heights to join the fun (after being prodded, pulled and tugged by a few family members). It’s gonna be a blast.

Antsy's new 2015 Poster for Woodflock

Antsy’s new 2015 Poster for Woodflock

There are a number of fun activities, a chili cook-off, song writing clinics, picking and singing circles, decoration contests and more.

See THIS LINK to know more and to register.  It will be fun.

Oh, and did we tell you that Antsy McClain will be there too. And the Troubs?  And who knows what other special musical guests may just show up.

So, if you don’t have plans for the Memorial Day weekend, come join the Flamingohead Family in Red Bluff. You’ll be glad you did!

Just CLICK HERE to learn all about it!

 

 

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Did You Take a Photo of Antsy in 2014?

Band playing at Monterey (photo courtesy of Top Dog Images)

Band playing at Monterey (photo courtesy of Top Dog Images)

Antsy has spent a good part of 2014 performing across the United States in solo acts, in shows with Tommy Emmanuel, in shows with Edgar Cruz and a number of shows with the Troubs.

Many of you, his Flamingohead family and friends, have gotten your trusty little photographic devices out and snagged a shot or two of his shows or got group photos with him.  We have grabbed a few of them off of Facebook and Instagram and posted them in articles about his tour.

However, as 2014 is coming to a close soon, we are putting out the call for as many photos as we can get from this year.  Sumoflam, the trusty web guy for Antsy (yes, that’s me!!), is planning to do a photo/slideshow of the year’s events, as it was a banner year for our friend and favorite singer/songwriter/storyteller dude Antsy McClain.

If you have some shots or videos you want to share, please send them along to me via email at sumoflam@sumoflam.biz.  If they are videos and too big for email, shoot them up to Dropbox and share them with me so I can download them.

 

Beginning in December and for part of 2015 Antsy will be making appearances on PBS around the country and many new Future Flamingoheads of America will be hitting the website to learn more about Antsy, his music, his art and his musical friends. We want to be sure they get a GOOD look!

Make sure to include in the emails the name, date and location of the show (or event such as Woodflock) and the photographer’s name so we can provide the appropriate credits. Following are a few samples of what we have from this year.

Antsy with Ed and Christine Polakoff

Antsy with Ed and Christine Polakoff

Here I am with Bunny Barnes (courtesy of Bunny Barnes)

Antsy with Bunny Barnes (courtesy of Bunny Barnes)

With the Troubs on stage at the DeVille (courtesy of Gwen Lyons Ayliffe)

With the Troubs on stage at the DeVille (courtesy of Gwen Lyons Ayliffe)

I joined the Troubs on stage at the WorldFest for two shows. (courtesy of John Taber)

Antsy with the Troubs on stage at the WorldFest for two shows. (courtesy of John Taber)


Woodflock 2014 – Photos by Ed Townsend

Following is a selection of photos provided by Flamingohead Ed Townsend who attended the Woodflock 2014 festivities in Red Bluff, CA in May 2014.  If you have photos you would like to post from Woodflock, please contact Sumoflam via email or via Facebook.

 


New Studio, New Album, New Songs

Hi folks! I’m excited to share a bunch of new things with ya!

Watch this video and get a tour of my new studio, still under construction, which will be the future home of podcasts, videos and various art and recording projects!

Also in the video are details about our new promotion, now in progress, and your opportunity to get involved in the making of our next album, which we’ll be recording in September.

FLOCK STAR MOCK UPYou have many options to contribute –  from $10 to $3,500.

$10 gets you a download of the CD when it’s finished, and all contributors of $50 and above get a special edition CD, signed by Antsy and the band, numbered in order of purchase, as well as a Flockstar T-shirt that says “I’m kind of a big deal around here.” (And you are.)

These shirts will only be available through this promotion (aside from a few at Woodflock). It won’t be sold here at unhitched.com or at any of our concerts. It’s a way of saying thanks for your support. Here’s the artwork for the shirt (left).

Now, we’ll start at the top and go down the list of options to be involved…

The Antsy McClain HOST PACKAGE – $3,500 – CLICK HERE
(Only 5 available. First come first served.) Here’s what you get:

• Your very own house concert featuring Antsy McClain, live in your living room. Offer limited to Continental US.

• You get front row seats for an interactive, live streaming of a two-hour studio session of Antsy and The Troubs as they record (Day and time TBA). They’ll chat with you and say hi while they cut songs.

• Also listed in special thank you section of CD as executive producers.

• Exclusive, personalized CD collection spanning more than 20 years of music, including demo songs never heard before, live radio performances and yet-to-be released material.

The Baby Taylor™ GUITAR PACKAGE –  $2,000 – CLICK HERE.
(Only ONE available. First come first served.) Here’s what you get:

• Your very own hand-painted Baby Taylor™ guitar by Antsy McClain. Painted in acrylic and sealed with durable polyurethane. Includes Taylor™soft shell travel pack. Shipping included. Almost finished. Photo to come.

• You get front row seats for an interactive, live streaming of a two-hour studio session of Antsy and The Troubs as they record (Day and time TBA). They’ll chat with you and say hi while they cut songs for the album.

• Tickets for two right up front at an Antsy/Troubs concert of your choice, including back stage pass before the show. Also entitles you to access of deli tray and cooler.

• You’ll be listed in a special thank you section of CD liner notes as executive producers.

• Exclusive, personalized CD collection spanning more than 20 years of music, including demo songs never heard before, live radio performances and yet-to-be released material.

The ACOUSTIC GUITAR PACKAGE –  $1,750 – CLICK HERE.
(Only 2 available. First come first served.) Here’s what you get:

• Your very own hand-painted acoustic guitar by Antsy McClain. Painted on front in mixed media and sealed with durable polyurethane. It will be a solid, name brand guitar, to be announced. Includes soft shell travel case. Shipping included.

• You get front row seats for an interactive, live streaming of a two-hour studio session of Antsy and The Troubs as they record (Day and time TBA). They’ll chat with you and say hi while they cut a song for the album.

• You’ll be listed in a special thank you section of CD liner notes as executive producers.

• Exclusive, personalized CD collection spanning more than 20 years of music, including demo songs never heard before, live radio performances and yet-to-be released material.

The UKULELE PACKAGE –  $750 – CLICK HERE.
(Only 2 available. First come first served.) Here’s what you get:

• Your very own hand-painted ukulele by Antsy McClain. Painted on front in mixed media and sealed with durable polyurethane. Signed and personalized. Includes soft shell travel case. Shipping included.

• Tickets for two right up front at an Antsy/Troubs concert of your choice, including back stage pass before the show. Also entitles you to access of deli tray and cooler.

• You get front row seats for an interactive, live streaming of a two-hour studio session of Antsy and The Troubs as they record (Day and time TBA). They’ll chat with you and say hi while they cut a song for the album.

• You’ll be listed in a special thank you section of CD liner notes as executive producers.

• Exclusive, personalized CD collection spanning more than 20 years of music, including demo songs never heard before, live radio performances and yet-to-be released material.

HOSPITALITY DELUXE PACKAGE –  $500 – CLICK HERE.

• Tickets for two right up front at an Antsy/Troubs concert of your choice, including back stage pass before the show. Also entitles you to access of deli tray and cooler.

• Two original, personalized drawings from Antsy’s very own sketchbook – 8 x10 line drawing suitable for framing with a thank you note addressed to you. Choices will be posted on line. First come, first served.

• You get front row seats for an interactive, live streaming of a two-hour studio session of Antsy and The Troubs as they record (Day and time TBA). They’ll chat with you and say hi while they cut a song for the album.

• You’ll be listed in a special thank you section of CD as executive producers

• Exclusive, personalized CD collection spanning more than 20 years of music, including demo songs never heard before, live radio performances and yet-to-be released material.

HOSPITALITY PACKAGE –  $250 – CLICK HERE.

• Tickets for two right up front at an Antsy/Troubs concert of your choice, including back stage pass before the show. Also entitles you to access of deli tray and cooler.

• You get front row seats for an interactive, live streaming of a two-hour studio session of Antsy and The Troubs as they record (Day and time TBA). They’ll chat with you and say hi while they cut a song for the album. You’ll hear it first.

SPECIAL EDITION CD & T-SHIRT PACKAGE –  $50 – CLICK HERE.
• Special edition CD, signed by Antsy and band, numbered in order of purchase

• Flockstar T-shirt that says “I’m kind of a big deal around here.

CD DOWNLOAD –  $10 – CLICK HERE.
• A special edition CD download. This is a PRE-ORDER. Recording begins in September, and it’ll be mixed, mastered and released thereafter. You will receive an e-mail with the download attached once we have it finished. Thank you!

– Antsy McClain, May 19, 2014