35 Years Ago: Ted Nugent Releases His Second Concert Album, ‘Intensities In 10 Cities’
When Ted Nugent presented fans with his second live album, Intensities in 10 Cities, in March 1981, you could say that his career was at a crossroads.
Ted Nugent’s ‘Stranglehold’ Featured in Wix.com Super Bowl Commercial Starring Kung Fu Pan…
Free website builder Wix.com introduced itself to millions of viewers with a Super Bowl commercial last night — and got a little help from Ted Nugent and Kung Fu Panda along the way.
Simon and Garfunkel Featured in Bernie Sanders Ad, Ted Nugent Says President Obama and Hil…
Two classic rock artists have become part of the day's political news cycle.
Ted Nugent Calls President Obama a ‘Psychopathic America Hating Liar’ After Gun Control Sp…
Ted Nugent took exception with President Obama's speech about gun control today (Jan. 5).
Ted Nugent Picks the ‘Hellraiser’ He’d Like to See as President
Ted Nugent has endorsed the person who he wants to succeed Barack Obama as the next president of the United States.
Sammy Hagar and Ted Nugent Explain How They Broke Up Styx
Sammy Hagar and Ted Nugent say they had a direct hand in Styx's early '80s breakup.
Ted Nugent Joins Kid Rock On Stage For ‘Cat Scratch Fever’
Ted Nugent was a special on-stage guest last weekend as Kid Rock began a series of 10 shows in Detroit.
UPDATED: Story Is a Hoax – Ted Nugent and Kid Rock Have Not Teamed Up to Record ‘Kiss My R…
Ted Nugent and Kid Rock have reportedly teamed up to record a song in support of the Confederate flag.
35 Years Ago: Ted Nugent’s Uneven ‘Scream Dream’ Marked End of an Era
Released in June 1980, Ted Nugent's inconsistent 'Scream Dream' marked his final studio effort for Epic Records.