For Ted Nugent, hip-hop just doesn’t rock his socks off like the Rolling Stones or ZZ Top.
Trace Adkins, Ted Nugent and more have been added to the 40th Volunteer Jam.
In Michigan, which Kid Rock and Nugent both call home, the dead lion is considered endangered and is protected by law.
“A plague of black violence has infested our inner cities,” Nugent continued, “yet our national propaganda ministry has chosen to ignore the gory details of this plague.”
“I come from Detroit, and you don’t say ‘No thank you’ to someone who is trying to hurt or rob you: you shoot them between the eyes!”
“I didn’t invent ‘adorable,’ but I think I perfected it, right here in front of you.”
Ted Nugent is known for causing a stir with his colorful comments, but now one town is taking action against the rocker’s hate speech by hitting him where it hurts the most: his wallet.
As new music from Ted Nugent trickles out into the open, the Motor City Madman is still up to his old opinions when it comes to the President of the United States.
Kind of an interesting album title for a guy who’s mouth’s ALWAYS open…”Shut Up and Jam”!
“(There were) a variety of reasons. Cost, structure, is it the right musical act for this type of event — a city-sponsored, family-oriented overall event,” said a Longview spokesperson.