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Name: Ted Nugent                                                                       
Born: 13 December 1948 Detroit, Michigan                                               
Genre(s): Rock, Hard rock, Heavy metal                                                 
Occupation(s): Musician, Songwriter, Entrepreneur, Hunter                               
Instrument: Guitar                                                                     
Theodore "Ted" Nugent (born December 13, 1948) (a.k.a. The Nuge and The Motor           
City Madman) is an American hard rock guitarist and vocalist from Detroit,             
Michigan. He originally gained fame as the frontman of the Amboy Dukes. He is           
noted for his conservative political views and his vocal pro-hunting and Second         
Amendment activism.                                                                     
Both as a solo artist and with the Amboy Dukes, Nugent has amassed a sizable           
list of well-known songs, including "Journey To The Center Of The Mind", "Stranglehold",
"Free For All", "Dog Eat Dog", "Wang Dang Sweet Poontang", "Fred Bear", "Cat           
Scratch Fever", "Motor City Madhouse", "Paralyzed", "Great White Buffalo", and "Wango