“Live It Up” With Ted Nugent On HDNet Live!

Catch the “Motor City Madman” LIVE from Philly Sunday, August 14 only on HDNet

Ted Nugent Rockin' Out With Buffalo
Nashville, Tenn. (Tuesday, July 26, 2011) — We know you’ve been following the HDNet LIVE concerts this summer – all airing as part of their Rock ‘n Roll Road Trip - but, what better way to howl in this heat than a live performance from Mr. Wango Tango himself, Ted Nugent?


Nugent has gained immense notoriety as an avid performer and songwriter, selling over 40 million records throughout his career and wowing audiences the world over with 6,000+ performances to-date.  Now, the “Motor City Madman” is bringing his live show to HDNet, and this is one performance you don’t want to miss!

The show, “Ted Nugent Live – I Still Believe,” will take place Sunday, August 14 at 9:00 p.m. ET LIVE from Penn’s Peak, in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania!
The guitar legend and passionate political and personal rights activist storms the stage with hits like “Cat Scratch Fever,” “Stranglehold,” and “Dog Eat Dog,” and as an addition to the 2011 “I Still Believe Tour,” Nugent has reunited with former band member Derek St. Holmes to bring the best of Nugent and St. Holmes’ high-energy performances to markets across North America.
Check out a link to all things Ted at: www.tednugent.com
Don’t miss the latest installment of LIVE summer concerts with “Ted Nugent Live – I Still Believe,” Sunday, August 14 at 9:00 p.m. on HDNet!

 

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Gets Advice From Ted Nugent

Ted Nugent and Mark Zuckerberg

Nashville, Tenn. (Monday, June 6, 2011) — Rock and roll icon and pro-hunting advocate, Ted Nugent, has a few words for Facebook Founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, who recently stated he might be interested in


taking up hunting as a way to be more honest about his consumerism.

“Hunting is the pure and natural way to go grocery shopping for high protein, extraordinarily tasty and nutritious renewable wildlife, but you first have to aspire to a higher level of awareness in order to get close to the most wary and skittish beasts on the planet,” said Nugent.

Nugent’s weapon of choice is the bow and arrow, however, he enjoys all forms of hunting.

“My advice for Mark is to go slow, soak in the mighty spirit, and to call me.  I would be happy to introduce Mark to the ultimate hunting experience,” said Nugent.

Nugent is preparing for his upcoming “I Still Believe” summer tour. For more information, visit www.tednugent.com.