Here’s my latest t-shirt, designed by yours truly after those charming old whiskey and moonshine labels of the 1800’s. Using the title of my song, “Full Moon Nights in Pine View Heights,” this shirt is complete with Floyd the Flamingo ushering in his usual good mojo with sunglasses and a smile. As a designer, I’ve always loved those old labels, and pulling inspiration from that particular song was perfect for a faux Moonshine label. This is a LIMITED EDITION shirt, printed and delivered to you lovingly by my friends at Cedar City Printing. You’ll order directly from them, and they’ll shoot ’em out to you pronto. CLICK HERE or on the PHOTO ABOVE to go to their website to order. BONUS: There are a few color options, and we have v-neck and crew-neck women’s styles. Cheers, cousins! – Antsy
Here’s the artwork (below) to show more detail:
$35 per session or $70 for full hour (which everyone seems to want to do. 30 minutes barely gets things rolling.) Monday thru Thursday between 5 – 8 PM Central.
We’ve been videoing through Facebook’s Instant Messenger, and that seems to work fine, but we can also use Zoom or FaceTime, whatever works for you.
The above link will go to our e-mail address. Just say you’d like a writing session, and let us know what day and time you’d prefer, and we will assist you with scheduling. Thanks for being there, cousins! – Antsy
Antsy’s BRAND NEW ALBUM! All new songs written, rewritten and recorded while in social isolation. Don’t expect normal. This is music made during our NEW normal. For 25 years, Antsy McClain has written some of the most humorous, insightful and endearing songs in Americana music. This collection of tunes is what happens to a wildly creative mind when quarantined and left alone to his own devices: pen, paper, guitar, harmonica, a couple of microphones and a 16-track soundboard. CLICK HERE or on the image above to get your DOWNLOAD!


Antsy McClain has spent years focusing on the funny and absurd, but has written scores of songs that honor the more heart-warming things of life such as friends and family.
“If there is one recurring thread in my music,” says Antsy, “It’s to live simply, unencumbered by the trappings of materialism.”