Ted Nugent has been a vocal supporter of Donald Trump, and now the Motor City Madman says he has the perfect campaign song for the GOP nominee. In an interview with Ultimate Classic Rock, Ted Nugent weighed in on the musicians who’ve criticized the Donald for using their songs on the campaign trail. Show More Summary
Ted Nugent has had a change of tune. The ultra conservative Motor City madman shocked fans when he posted a Facebook message saying he has decided to endorse Hillary Clinton. Nugent’s message revealed that he has “seen the light” and that he officially endorses the Democratic candidate, admitting that he has been “terribly mistaken” with... Show More Summary
I know the phrase "Ted Nugent praises Obama" is a pretty surprising one, but the Motor City Madman actually had some nice words for President Obama after he dropped the n-word on Marc Maron's podcast.
Some of the most ferocious and vital punk came out of Detroit in the early '80s. This mini-documentary about infernal hardcore vocalist John Brannon (Static, Negative Approach, Laughing Hyenas, Easy Action) is the first in the Detroit Punks television series dedicated to telling that Midwestern city's story in punk-rock history. Show More Summary
A Native American tribe recently cancelled a Ted Nugent concert, and now there have been complaints from Wisconsinites to get an upcoming Nugent show called off there too. The Motor City Madman, of course, isn't taking too kindly to this, and lashed out at the "unclean vermin" trying to get the concert cancelled.
This week, decorated (with poo) veteran (of phallic gun fantasies about other men) and Cat Scratch Fever-sufferer Ted Nugent has been the subject of a shtstorm that isn't in his own pants. The Motor City Madman was called out by CNN's...Show More Summary
Let’s face it, there is no shaming that bad boy, Teddy “The Nuge” Nugent, the “Motor City Madman”, proud draft-dodging gun nut, NRA spokesman, and Grand Champeen Obama hater. He thrives on badboyism. It has made him what he is today. One look at him tells me he ain’t gonna listen to no mamas, so […]
Quicken Loans founder and chairman Dan Gilbert — whose enthusiasm for Detroit makes him something of a new Motor City Madman — has purchased two more iconic downtown buildings. Gilbert not only moved his own company to downtown Detroit in...
Quicken Loans founder and chairman Dan Gilbert is looking farsighted for not only moving his company to downtown Detroit in 2010, but moving to buy or control through master leases more than 40 buildings spanning 8 million square feet, according...
Motor City Madman and die hard conservative rock legend Ted Nugent is "shattered but not at all surprised" that his beloved Detroit has filed for bankruptcy -- telling TMZ, the liberals have been sabotaging the city for decades.You'll recall, the…
The 2014 Summer X Games belong in the city with the highest violent crime rate in the United States... Detroit... so says the Motor City Madman Ted Nugent. In case you didn't know, this year will be the X Games' last year in Los Angeles -- and…
Nuge appeared on NRA News with host Cam Edwards. The Motor City Madman reminded Edwards that it was only a year ago that he had promised to be “dead or in jail” by the Spring of 2013 if Obama was re-elected. “And I know it caught a lot of my friends off guard, when I [...]
The Motor City Madman will sit among the invited guests at President Obama's State of the Union Address tomorrow evening. [ more › ]
In recent years, a journalistic cottage industry has emerged around the collapse of once-vibrant Detroit, the implosion of the domestic automotive industry, and the stark racial divide that looms over everything in the city. National news outlets are continually fascinated by the city and its renaissance efforts. Show More Summary
They don't call him the Motor City Madman for nothing. Ted Nugent sat down with talk radio host Mike Broomhead today to explain his... unique interview on CBS this morning where he basically tore into his interviewer, Jeff Glor, for telling him he is not a moderate. Show More Summary
Ted Nugent lived up to his "Motor City Madman" reputation during a television interview with "CBS Morning News." The rocker, hunter and political activist sat down with Jeff Glor in his first on-camera appearance since being interviewed by the Secret Service for comments about President Barack Obama made during recent a National Rifle Association meeting [...]
Recent controversial statements by “Motor City Madman” Ted Nugent have not only made him a person of interest to the U.S. Secret Service—they, along with his entire history in the media, make him sound like an identical twin to Eric Cartman, South Park’s most notorious resident (though we believe Cartman’s ideal woman is a few [...]
More gun fun with the Motor City Madman. Ted Nugent has agreed to a $10,000 fine for illegally shooting and transporting a black bear in Alaska in 2009, according to a plea he signed with prosecutors there, reports the Anchorage Daily News. In addition to the fine, Nugent will...
The summer concert lineup at Ft. Knox will no longer include the Motor City Madman, who was to be the opening act. Co-headliners REO Speedwagon and Styx remain scheduled to perform. However, after learning of Nugent’s recent public comments about the president of the United States, Fort Knox leadership decided to cancel his performance on the installation.…