Like a surreal Norman Rockwell painting come to life, Antsy McClain is the embodiment of the small-town, blue-collar life he experienced growing up in a little Kentucky trailer park called Pine View Heights and reared by a truck driving father and an Avon selling mother. Trailercana features guest appearances from Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac, Bobby Cochran of Steppenwolf, Tommy Smothers, and Bonnie Bramlett. A glimpse of song titles from Trailercana offers a tantalizing look into McClains wry blend of humor and emotional depth. He serves up an ode to pseudo-celebrity in Ron Howards Brother and revels in the irony of I Was Just Flipped Off By A Silver Haired Old Lady. Mix in songs like Cubic Zerconium In The Rough, Joan of Arkansas, KOA Refugee and Prozac Made Me Stay, and its obvious that McClain has a slightly skewered view of life in the U.S. of A. He infused the album with the rootsy, muscular blend of rock and roll that has become his trademark. Wildly independent and fiercely creative, Antsy McClain is staking his claim on pop culture. His plot may not be huge, but hes mining it deep, uncovering little musical gems for Trailercana.