“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.
Ted Nugent asked some rhetorical questions on Twitter last night (Feb. 20), most of which kept with the theory, sticks and stones may break people bones, but words should never hurt them. Nugent asked his 222,000 […]
Well, he’s had the clean-livin’ thing goin’ for him since the beginning…now Uncle Ted’s got the clean cut hairdo to go with it!
On July 18, the actual city of Detroit filed for the largest municipal bankruptcy case in U.S. history, and its hometown rock stars are, well, not surprised.
Reverberations from George Zimmerman’s acquittal in a Florida courtroom for the slaying of Trayvon Martin continue to be felt around the nation.
Ted Nugent frequently writes about gun rights, but now his older brother, Jeffrey, has posted his opinion on the matter. And it turns out, he disagrees with Ted– and the NRA –on a key issue.