TED NUGENT Talks Upcoming Album “Detroit Muscle” and His Creative Process: ‘I Don’t Write Songs, I Ejaculate Them’

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The Motor City Madman Ted Nugent has just released a brand-new single, “Come and Take It,” from his upcoming album, “Detroit Muscle,” which will be unleashed upon the world on April 29, 2022. The new single is a powerful, patriotic rock anthem that reminds Americans of the sacred 1st and 2nd Amendment rights, a subject that Nugent promotes every day.

“Detroit Muscle” is available for pre-order on CD, vinyl, and has special t-shirt bundles. To pre-order, visit this location.

For over 50 years, Wildman Ted Nugent has been an unstoppable dynamic musical force not to be reckoned with. Like a rock & roll freight train that never falters or gets unhinged, Ted continues to slay the wild hearts of fans and musicians throughout the world. His reputation is forged in the uncanny ability to blend soul-crushing guitar riffs and well-crafted lyrics with sheer primal instinct.

Despite accolades and awards from mainstream music publications and organizations, Ted has been cranking out legendary songs his entire career like “Stranglehold,” “Wang Dang Sweet Pootang,” “Wang Tango,” and the most famous love songs ever written, “Cat Scratch Fever.”

Photo by Robert Cavouto

Buckle your seat belt, secure your safety harness, and kiss your arse goodbye as we embark on an interview of epic portions with the American Braveman Caveman Uncle Ted Nugent. Correspondent Robert Cavuoto was able to capture Ted for 40 minutes as he shared what fans can expect from “Detroit Muscle,” a quick tutorial on living in America, an upcoming tour in 2022, his first impression of Eddie Van Halen’s guitar playing, and his thoughts on the incident during the filming of Alex Baldwin‘s movie “Rust” and more.


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