Check out some of the awesome photos being taken during Ted's 2016 Sonic Baptizm tour as it rolls across America in the brand new Sonic Baptizm 2016 Tour Photo Gallery, exclusively on TedNugent.com. Check back often as new photos are constantly being added!Full Story
We’re kicking things off with The Mark Davis Show at 9:35am Central on KSKY, The Answer out of Dallas/Ft. Worth as Ted provides an update on his Sonic Baptizm 2016 Tour, news of the day and more! Listen online here.
At 10 am Central, it’s “Talk Unhinged!” Ted’s on with Marconi Award Winner Jonathan Brandmeier on The Jonathan Brandmeier Show, live out of Chicago. To find a station near you or to listen online, visit www.brandmeiershow.com.
And at 12:30 Central, it’s Info Wars, with Ted on the Alex Jones Show, syndicated out of Austin. To catch these trailblazers of talk in action, visit www.infowars.com.
BY: Donna Balancia
Ted Nugent had audiences applauding wildly and jumping for joy during the Southern California swing of his Sonic Baptizm Tour. Now it’s on to the East Coast.
Since the 1970s, the 67-year-old “Motor City Madman” from Detroit has been rocking harder than most of his peers. His wild antics and promotional stunts have enabled him to cash in handsomely on his musical talent. But this guy isn’t blowing smoke or hiding behind his politics. Nugent’s guitar playing is amazing and his voice is strong and clear.
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By: Ted Nugent
NO VACANCY! No room at the inn! FullUp! I’m sorry, we are plum overloaded here, you will have to find somewhere else to live.
With more deer, cougar, bear, wild turkey, geese and other game in North America than ever in recorded history, the expansive wildlife habitat across the land is filled to the max with every critter it can possibly support.
There simply is No Vacancy!
Even elk, bison and in some regions, moose, wild sheep and pronghorn are currently in numbers better than in more than 100 years. I am convinced that these are indeed the good old days of hunting in America.
There is, in reality, no place in North America that can handle any more deer, elk, bison, cougar or most game critters. The habitat is literally full-up.
This past season I had the best dove hunting, squirrel hunting, waterfowl hunting, deerhunting and bear hunting I have had in more than 60 years of chasing critters. I had so much fun I could hardly stand myself!
As I gear up for my Sonic Baptizm tour across America all summer long preparing to perform my 6,574th concert, I have to come to grips with the fact that I won’t be able to hunt with my beloved dogs every day for a while. I won’t be able to check my trapline every morning, hunt hogs, exotics and varmints, or take my daily walks in my sacred swamps and woodlands or commune with the precious wildlife that gives me so much life.