'Tis the season for me to go on my yearly rant about the travesty that is otherwise known as Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. There are a laundry list of great bands we grew up listening to that somehow have yet to receive their invite into the Hall.
I was saying on the air today that if I was a baseball player, or professional wrestler, or I just had "theme" music to enter a room, I would walk out to AC/DC "Thunderstruck", or Ted Nugent's "Stranglehold" The Lovely Christina would walk out to "Numbered Days&qu…
It's been more than six years since Ted Nugent released a studio LP, but the Motor City Madman isn't hanging up his six-string. In fact, it sounds like fans will get some brand new tunes for their varmint-huntin' mixtapes in the very near future.
On Thursday (July 18), the city of Detroit filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection, with more than $18 billion in debt. One of its most famous native sons, rocker Ted Nugent, has taken aim at those whom he feels is responsible for the city's long-standing financial woes.
Motor City Madman Ted Nugent recently sat down for an interview with a local publication and was asked when he's going to run for president. And because Nugent has never shied away from questions, particularly political ones, he had plenty to say on the subject.
Classic rockers Styx and REO Speedwagon -- along with tour mate Ted Nugent -- have come to the rescue once again. The heartland rockers will donate a portion of the proceeds from their current Midwest Rock 'N' Roll Express tour to victims of the recent Boston Marathon bombings.