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Theodore Anthony "Ted" Nugent (born December 13, 1948) (aka "The Nuge", "Motor City Madman", "Uncle Ted", or just plain Ted) is a guitarist and singer from Detroit, Michigan that has performed for over four decades. He originally gained fame as a guitarist for the The Amboy Dukes, a 60s psychedelic band best known for their hit "Journey to the Center of Your Mind". In the 70s, he went solo and had a string of bestselling albums with hits including "Stranglehold"...
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Missing a concert for Ted Nugent. I went to his Concert in Ldwigshaven, Germany on 3 May 1979. Happy to provide ticket stub as proof I went ;-)
It's not listed here but the first concert I went to was in 1975 at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago. Ted Nugent was backed up by Iron Butterfly.
Hi, someone would have to enter it into the list. I was able to find this article from the baltimore sun that mentions Ted was scheduled to be part of the tour, if it helps.
As Harley-Davidson closes in on its centennial birthday, the motorcycle company has created the Harley-Davidson 100th Anniversary Open Road Tour, a yearlong series of festivals. The tour makes it way to Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course tomorrow and stays through Sunday.
The huge event (more than 50 acres) features everything from multimedia exhibits to motorcycle drill teams to a tap-dance troupe. There also will be more than a dozen big-name musical acts performing, including Bob Dylan, Hootie & the Blowfish, Billy Idol, Ted Nugent, the Neville Brothers, Allison Krauss and Southside Johnny.
In late August (or early September) 2003 Ted gave a concert at the Milwaukee Mile race track, during Harley-Davidson's 100th Anniversary celebrations, but this concert does not appear in the list of his 2003 live appearances, any reasons for that?