Ted Nugent remains one of rock's standout live performers and fans will have the chance to enjoy the concert experience today with the release of 'Ultralive Ballisticrock,' a two-disc and DVD release featuring some of his biggest hits. Loudwire is proud to exclusively bring you the pr…
"Bring a machete, and let's do this!" With those seven words to his wife's hairdresser, Ted Nugent removed himself from the ranks of longhaired rock stars last week. But is his sharp new look part of a plan to run for President of the United States of America?
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.
Shemane Nugent, the 51-year-old wife of rocker Ted Nugent, says she forgot about the loaded revolver in her luggage as she attempted to get through security at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport on Aug. 29. She said she was carrying the gun for protection because she had received death threats.
Ted Nugent will release a new live album on Oct. 22 featuring Derek St. Holmes, who sang in the Motor City Madman's band from 1975 to 1978. 'Ultralive Ballisticrock' marks Nugent's first live album since 2009's 'Motor City Mayhem.'
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.
'Wild' Mick Brown's arrest after leading police on a drunken golf-cart chase was one of the most amusing stories from summer 2012. Now that his trial is out of the way, the Ted Nugent and Dokken drummer is telling his side of the story.
During game one of the World Series, Phillip Phillips was slotted to play our National Anthem, The Star Spangled Banner. Phillips did it in his own quirky way on an acoustic guitar. Sure, it was far better than anything I could belt out, but c'mon! Acoustic in a stadium? Check…
Move over Dave Mustaine, someone’s taken over as the engineer of the Crazy Train and has already run it off the tracks. In fact, said conductor Ted Nugent is now under investigation by the Secret Service for a peculiar comment during a speech supporting Republican Presidential hopefu…