Not a big Ted Nugent fan at all...

Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by blownirocz, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. m1911

    m1911 Member

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    I grew up in the Midwest too and saw Uncle Ted numerous times as well.
    Any given evening 2 or 3 of us would simply drive around out in the country all night.
    I had a buddy who had a 68' Impala that had Craigers, Headers, and a half-dozen Jensen Speakers.
    He'd pick me up, we'd fire-up, and cruise to Stranglehold on full volume....
    (I just now figured out what's wrong with me :idea )
    I've never seen anyone fly around stage having as much fun as ole Ted....

    And I agree with many of you....Derek was/is awesome too!
     
  2. DV52

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    I saw him many times,great shows............

    Got my guitar when I was ten tears old...................................
     
  3. SmokinGittar

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    The Nuge is a wonderful player, excellent tone, good fingerwork, high energy...I just never cared for him, and I don't know why. Something about the songs just doesn't "click" with me.

    Nothing against those who are into it...as the song goes, "It's yo thang! Do whatcha wanna do!"
     
  4. soulloud

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    My post was removed but a post about right wing lunacy stands. Kind of proves my earlier point. I will say I'm sorry if I offended anyone. This is not the place for this stuff.
     
  5. fusion58

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    Saw Ted in '76 when he was opening for Bad Company ("Run with the Pack" tour.)

    At that point, Ted had yet to ramp up the theatrics, politics, and wild man persona. He was much more focused on the music, it seemed.

    Anyway, I remember being blown away by the intensity and energy of Ted's performance. Bad Co seemed lethargic by comparison.
     
  6. Fastermouse

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    Saint Holmes was the patron saint of footwear, right?
     

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