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.
Watch ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Play Ted Nugent in ‘Reno 911!’
Guns, politics and smashed guitar appear in brief scene from rebooted comedy.
Watch Ted Nugent Name His All-Time Favorite Guitar Player
Discussion takes place in new episode of ‘Rock & Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar.’
‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Plays Ted Nugent in ‘Reno 911!’ Return
Parody star reveals picture of himself in stars-and-stripes hat and shirt.
Ted Nugent 'Saddened' by Death of Amboy Dukes’ Steve Farmer
Former Ted Nugent collaborator co-wrote “Journey to the Center of the Mind.”
Ted Nugent Says Coronavirus Is Slap From Mother Nature
He lists three rules for surviving in life, as Neil Young, David Coverdale, the Beatles and Liam Gallagher respond to pandemic.
Ted Nugent Announces Summer 2020 'Best @#%! Tour Ever!' Dates
He plans to "unleash the ultimate sonic bombast beast" six nights a week.
Ted Nugent Puts Ohio in a 'Stranglehold': Concert Review, Photos
Veteran rocker changes up his entrance but keeps the energy high onstage.
Ted Nugent Shakes Things Up as 2019 Tour Opens: Set List, Photos
Rocker makes some big changes to the show for The Music Made Me Do It Again run.
Ted Nugent Says Trump is 'The Best President I Have Ever Seen'
The rocker also believes that Trump represents the "heart and soul of this country."