Multi-platinum guitar legend Ted Nugent announces a new full-length album The Music Made Me Do It, due out Friday, November 9th on Round Hill Records. The album is available now for preorder everywhere, and the title track The Music Made Me Do It is available for download, and stream, wherever music is sold.

The live music video for The Music Made Me Do It, which can be viewed below, was shot at The Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California during Nugent’s summer tour. It showcases the raw energy of Nugent’s legendary live performances, offering a taste of the new studio material recorded over the last year for the upcoming album, The Music Made Me Do It.

The band’s lineup features Greg Smith on bass, Jason Hartless on drums, and the Motor City Madman on lead guitar and vocals. Accompanying the CD is a Bonus DVD, Live At Freedom Hill, an electrifying full length concert captured at Freedom Hill Amphitheatre in Sterling Heights, Michigan.

PreOrder the CD and Bonus DVD set by clicking here.

8 Responses

  1. I’ve lost count how many times I’ve seen Uncle Ted live. His Spirit Wild Ranch is not far from where I live and he regularly does warm up shows in the area when his tours are about to start. He’s played a club in nearby Waco called The Backyard numerous times. He’s a cool guy and at nearly 70 he’s still a guitar shredding force on stage. I dont get into his political views, i only care about his music.

  2. I enjoyed this song and its lyrical content! Ted Nugent was one of my guitar heroes when I was a kid. His live album, “Double Live Gonzo!”, was my first Nugent album. I thought that album was just pure guitar driven hard rock. To this today, it is still one of my favorite live albums. Nugent is a crazed animal on that album, and his energy, rants, and screams had me thinking “This guy’s all amped up from all the drugs he’s been taking!”. Surprised to eventually learn Nugent was never into that lifestyle, which i admire about him.

    Nugent is almost 70 years old and still out there playing music and kicking ass. Like Nugent, I love loud rock n roll, while I also love the quietness of the great outdoors. And while I may agree with some of Nugent’s political comments, I wish he would just shut up and play guitar.

    Rock on, Ted! You are, and continue to be, an American icon of hard rock!

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