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Ted Nugent: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Mick Farren, New Musical Express, 12 March 1977

WE'VE HEARD a great deal lately about how Ted Nugent abjures drugs and alcohol. Perhaps that's his mistake. The occasional soul searching high might have ...

Divorce, Ted Nugent Style

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 19 May 1979

TED NUGENT (Hammersmith Odeon, second house): "There can come a time when you baby turns to you and says 'I'm splittin'' and you're so sad ...

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Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes: Call Of The Wild

Review by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, March 1974

LONG BEFORE the Midwest was overrun with groups who survived for years without hit records by playing interminable guitar solos to vacant-eyed kids at an ...

Ted Nugent: Ted Nugent (Epic SEPC 81196)

Review by Geoff Barton, Sounds, 17 April 1976

"BROTHERS AND sisters! I want to see your hands in the air! I want you to get down!" Like the MC5, Detroit rock survivor Ted ...

Ted Nugent: Survival of the Fittest

Interview by Geoff Barton, Sounds, 29 May 1976

Geoff Barton shuddered, any moment the phone would ring and along the transatlantic link line would come the voice of mad Detroit axeman Ted Nugent, ...

Ted Nugent: Ted Nugent

Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, 19 June 1976

ONCE UPON A TIME the idea of liking Ted Nugent and The Amboy Dukes was considered remarkably unhip. Poor old Ted and his boys were ...

Ted Nugent: Raw Power

Profile and Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 28 August 1976

FEW ARTISTS have quite as much faith in themselves as Ted Nugent, the Midwestern rocker and former leader of the Amboy Dukes. He is getting ...

Ted Nugent: Tough Nugies

Interview by Robert Duncan, Circus, 26 October 1976

Ted Tells Tales Of Sin & Salvation ...

Ted Nugent: Free-For-All (Epic)

Review by Robert Duncan, Creem, December 1976


The Continuing Adventures Of Loudman Part 3: Ted Tunes Up

Report and Interview by Geoff Barton, Sounds, 15 January 1977


Black Sabbath, Ted Nugent: Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Robert Duncan, Circus, 28 February 1977

Sabbath & Nugent: The Heavy Metalists Battle It Out Before 20,000 Spectators ...

Ted Nugent: Free-for-All

Review by Lester Bangs, Circus, 28 February 1977

IDI AMIN, Grand Kleagle of the topographic boil of Uganda, has said, in response to world press canards that he's a mere throwback: "I am ...

Ted Nugent: Stalking The Elusive Rock Crown

Interview by Jim Farber, Circus, 23 June 1977

Cat Scratch Fever Is Ted Nugent's Strongest Bid for Superstardom in Fifteen Years on the Road ...

Ted Nugent: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Paul Rambali, New Musical Express, 27 August 1977

WHY AMERICA is anxious to develop the Proton Beam Weapon, when they already have Megadecibel in the shape of Ted Nugent, is a question perhaps ...

Ted Nugent: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, 27 August 1977

I WAS STANDING on the stairs backstage at the Hammersmith Odeon when the Ted Nugent band came down from the dressing rooms. ...

Ted Nugent: Dancing With Mr D-O-G

Report and Interview by Susan Whitall, Creem, September 1977

THE PHONE jangled and I jumped a foot in the St. Paul Holiday Inn. Horrible, holes in the carpet...rotten hungover weekend and what am I ...

Lynyrd Skynyrd/ Foreigner/Ted Nugent: Rock And Roll All Nite

Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, Sounds, 17 September 1977

AN AFTERNOON of heavy rock at the Los Angeles sports stadium. Score: Lynyrd Skynyrd – Win. Foreigner – Place. Nugent – Show. ...

Good Clean Fun: An Interview with Ted Nugent

Interview by Glenn O'Brien, High Times, Summer 1977

A Ted Nugent concert is an incredible musical experience, but that's just the beginning. While Ted and the boys are churning out some of the ...

Ted Nugent: Double Live Gonzo

Review by Paul Rambali, New Musical Express, 11 February 1978

"Anybody wants to get mellow better turn around and get the fuck outa here." ...

The California Jam Festival

Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, Sounds, 8 April 1978

THERE WEREN'T even traffic jams. ...

Hot times in the heart of Texxas

Report by Joe Nick Patoski, Rolling Stone, 24 August 1978

IF ANYTHING was learned from the 105,000 fans who piled into the Cotton Bowl over the Fourth of July weekend for the two-day Texxas World ...

Ted Nugent: Long Beach Arena, Los Angeles

Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, Sounds, 23 September 1978

ISN'T IT nice to know that in this ever-changing world there is always something you can rely on to stay the same? Apart from a ...

Ted Nugent: Going Beyond the Threshold of Pain

Interview by Geoff Barton, Sounds, 3 March 1979


Ted Nugent: The Nugent Interview

Interview by Paul Morley, New Musical Express, 5 May 1979

IT'S APPROACHING midnight, and in an empty, echoey dressing room, so bright it seems to have no ceiling, deep in the lifeless body of an ...

Ted Nugent: State Of Shock (Epic)

Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, 23 June 1979

Ted On Arrival ...

Ted Nugent: Scream Dream/Mitch Ryder: Naked but Not Dead

Review by Dave Marsh, Rolling Stone, 7 August 1980

PAINTED IN CONTRASTING shades of urban blight, suburban boredom and rural decay, Michigan is perfect primitive rock & roll territory: a place where nothin' to ...

Ted Nugent: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Geoff Barton, Sounds, 9 August 1980

Going, going, Gonz ...

Ted Nugent

Interview by David Rensin, Playboy, October 1980

Ted Nugent on life, love, 
firearms, the coming holocaust
 and his own unique lifestyle. ...

Ted Nugent: The Mouthtrap

Interview by Howard Johnson, Kerrang!, April 1986

HOWARD JOHNSON was once a fan of TED NUGENT, but no longer. In a hard-hitting, no-nonsense feature, our stone-hearted scribe claims that the Motor City ...

Ted Nugent: Little Miss Dangerous (Atlantic)

Review by Richard Riegel, Creem, July 1986

ONE DOESN'T usually associate the terms "pedestrian" and "boring" with an ignoble savage who poses for liner photos with particles of small-quadruped flesh stuck between ...

Crime and Punishment: The Ted Nugent Interview

Interview by Jeffrey Morgan, Creem, June 1988

IF ANYONE deserves the title of Hardest Working Man In Rock 'n' Roll, Ted Nugent does. It's a reputation that dates back to 1963 and ...

Heavy Metal Mania: It's More Than Music

Overview by Deanne Stillman, The New York Times, 12 May 1991

With myriad clubs, fanzines and hair salons, rude dudeness (tattoos included) is a way of life. ...

Ted Nugent: Out Of Control (Epic/Legacy import E2K 47039) KKKKK

Review by Steffan Chirazi, Kerrang!, 14 August 1993


What an asshole! — Ted Nugent: Love Grenade (Eagle Records)

Review by Bill Holdship, Detroit Metro Times, 12 September 2007

New records shows who's the real asshole ...

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