Ted Nugent

July 15, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Most either Love him or Hate him.   "The Nuge" ,"Motor City Madman" or just Ted Nugent what ever you call him , he still puts on a great show for his fans.  Ted Nugent brought his 2013 "Black Power" tour to the San Diego House of Blues Monday night.

A proudly displayed American flag , a Hunting Bow , and an engraved ram's head - probably a recent hunting trophy - adorned the stage. The venues lights  go down, the crowd screams ,  smoke fills the room. and the stage becomes backlit as the "Nuge"  begins to rev up his Gibson Byrdland guitar rocking "Gonzo".  

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  • GONZO
  • Just What the Doctor Ordered
  • Wango Tango 
  • Stormtroppin'
  • Free for All
  • Turn it Up
  • Wang Dang Sweet Poontang (Blues)
  • Live it Up
  • Queen of the Forest
  • Fred Bear
  • Hey Baby
  • Cat Scratch Fever
  • Stranglehold
  • Great White Buffalo

 

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Motor City Madman is known for being a master at sparking controversy everywhere he goes by vocalizing his conservative political views as well as advocating against gun control.

Now "The Nuge for President", apparently in some recent rumors. 

Ted Nugent started his career in the 1970's with his self titled album and song "Stranglehold". Even after 30 years of guitar mastery, crazy stage antics and very passionate political views. I don't see Ted Nugent quieting down any time soon.

 

 

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Lita Ford, NO wait it's Australian Rocker, Laura Wilde supporting Ted Nugent. Laura's killer riffs, and flying V kicked off the night. 
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