Ted Nugent Tickets for Sale
The legendary rock front man, the man who led hard rock super group Damn Yankees, is back in 2012 to tour on the Great White Buffalo Tour and to open for Styx and REO Speedwagon. He is going to be as outspoken as ever and is going to be causing controversy and melting eardrums for the length of the tour schedule. OnlineSeats has the Ted Nugent tickets to see his headlining gigs and his supporting gigs in person.
Ted Nugent's time with REO Speedwagon and Styx begins on May 1, 2012 at the State Farm Arena in Hidalgo, Texas. He will be playing through July, ending the nostalgic trio's concert series on July 8, 2012 at the Bangor Waterfront Park in Bangor, Maine. He is as energetic as ever and is going to be rocking the summer away for his millions of fans.
Detroit's Ted Nugent (born on December 13, 1948) came to prominence as lead guitarist of the Amboy Dukes, the psychedelic outfit that supplied waiting lines to the acid manifesto despite Nugent's resolution to remain drug free. Yet, Nugent felt his music career had stalled, and dropped the band name in 1975 to embark on a solo career that would transform the blues rocker into one of the decade's foremost hard-rock stadium attractions. He would still play "Journey to the Center of the Mind" and "Baby Please Don't Go" for audiences, adding it to his long list of hits on the setlist.
Ted Nugent, his epic debut, turned out to be more of homage to the Stones than an opportunity for the man to shine. He bounced back with Free For All and Cat Scratch Fever, enjoying lead singing support from Meatloaf for half of the Free for All album and breaking through on his own vocal with the single "Cat Scratch Fever". Saturated with sexual innuendo, Ted Nugent broke through. The album Weekend Warriors went platinum and the follow ups, State of Shock and Scream Dream went gold.
Yet, the true stand-out album was not recorded in a studio, but live. Double Live Gonzo went triple platinum and reached number 13 on the Billboard 200 chart. His style remained fast and hard through the late 1970s and 1980s. The singles, "Hey Baby", "Home Bound", "Yank Me, Crank Me", and "Wango Tango" typified his style in that era, the heyday of hard rock. Nugent continues to tour and record and OnlineSeats has the Ted Nugent tickets to see him bring the rock in person.