TedNugentlive400 Multi-platinum guitar icon Ted Nugent rocked the house this past weekend (8/17) with a bombastic set in Midland, Texas, wrapping up his summer SHUTUP&JAM! Tour, named after his latest full-length album SHUTUP&JAM! on Frontiers Records.

Nugent was in top form for the sold-out gig, benefiting the Show of Support Memorial for our troops.

Show of Support was honored to have Ted and his band help us kick off our campaign to construct a memorial to honor those who have fought in this Global War on Terror and also to memorialize the four heroes we lost on 11-15-12,” stated show organizer Terry Johnson. “Ted brought a message of support for all who serve, and a call out to everyone in our sold out, packed audience to stand up for America.”

Throughout the summer, Nugent’s 35-date SHUTUP&JAM! tour has garnered glowing reviews for live performances at venues across the country and on July 19in Detroit, Nugent performed his 6,500th gig.

Nugent’s album, SHUTUP&JAM! marks the first all-new studio album from the Motor City Madman in seven years. The album features an epic lead vocal duet between Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sammy Hagar for the lead single She’s Gone, which peaked at #2 on “Classic Rock” radio chart.

SHUTUP&JAM! is available on Amazon and iTunes. In the U.S., fans can pick up a special edition of SHUTUP&JAM!–featuring the exclusive bonus track Johnny B. Goode Forever–only at Best Buy.


16 Responses

  1. I see Ted’s all for supporting the troops now that he’s too old to be drafted…….That being said,good job,as anything to help our Armed Forces is appreciated.

  2. Uh…..I’m 56 years old and fan of all hard rock……liked Ted back in the day as well as today…….if you don’t like his new CD, then you don’t like rock…..not every record is going be Weekend Warriors or Free for All…. Give the guy a break…..it’s typical Ted. I didn’t say it was my favorite or the best rock out there. But his summershows were great in Ft Lauderdale and Orlando House of Blues. Loud for sure…but excellent sound and live show……..don’t be so harsh…….Ted will always be Ted….either you like him and his music…..or you don’t….if not, build a bridge and get over it and move on !

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