Detroit-born Ted Nugent got his start fronting the Amboy Dukes, a garage-rock, 'Nuggets'-worthy band in the late '60s. By the mid-'70s his solo career took off with albums like 'Free-for-All' and 'Cat Scratch Fever.' Even though he's kept busy with music over the past few decades -- releasing albums under his own name as well as part of the Damn Yankees supergroup -- Nugent has become just as well known for his love of hunting and support of the National Rifle Association (both were on grand display in his reality TV show 'Surviving Nugent'). His outspoken stance on various political issues has gotten him into trouble more than once for his often-extreme right-wing position on matters.
Ted Nugent Shares Unusual Preview of New 'Come and Take It' Song
Nugent has also revealed a new title for his next studio album.
Ted Nugent on COVID-19 Fight: 'Didn't Think I Was Gonna Make It'
'I've never been so scared in all my life,' a now-recovering Nugent stated.
Ted Nugent Says He ‘Officially Tested Positive for COVID-19’
"I thought I was dying," the rocker admitted while announcing the news.
Ted Nugent Says Being Called N-Word Was the ‘Greatest Compliment’
Rocker recalled a moment from early in his career while declaring his reverence for Black artists.
Tom Morello Details Unlikely Friendship with Ted Nugent
Despite starkly different political views, the guitarists are friends.
Ted Nugent Refused Drugs From Jimi Hendrix, Keith Moon, Bon Scott
Guitarist thinks he avoided intoxication issues through “luck.”
Ted Nugent Rails Against Thanksgiving Gathering Restrictions
"There are dirty, rotten, soulless bastards in positions of power that are trying to tell us how we can celebrate Thanksgiving with our families."
Ted Nugent Calls Tommy Lee ‘Convicted Felon, Heroin Addict'
Guitarist says he argued with Sammy Hagar TV-show producers over Motley Crue drummer.