August 4, 2014 | « back
By Markos Papadatos
On July 21, veteran rock star Ted Nugent played a show at The Paramount in Huntington, New York. Rock group Pistol Day Parade served as the opening act that warmed up the stage for him.
His stage was graced by a large American flag backdrop. Nugent was accompanied by his three-piece band that included “Wild” Mick Brown on drums, Greg Smith on bass, as well as Derek St. Holmes on vocals and rhythm guitar.
He commenced his set with “Gonzo,” as the stage was graced in red and yellow lights, and he was greeted to a standing ovation.
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