A Concert Review
"Great White Buffalo" to guide them. The hunter had one
last chance, and as trusty as his powered weapon had been through
the years, it was time for the bow
and arrow. The shot was there, he took it, and in an instant the
hunt was over. The hunter had just enough, not letting anything go
to waste, and as the spirits of the wild tried to call him back one
last time, daylight came, and it was time for the hunter to head
home to his family, to share with them the fruits of the hunt, and
wait until the next time when necessity called him back, to the
place where he belonged.
Well, how's that for a different kind of Ted Nugent review. Quite
honestly, I didn't know what to say that I hadn't said in previous
reviews, so I though I would throw a different twist. I will say
this, though: Ted can still play the shit out of a guitar, and this
show was no different that the many I have seen. He loves his fans,
his fans love him, and it always shows every time Ted hits the
stage. The only problem, and I guess not really a big problem, is
that Ted hasn't put out anything new in a while. But you know, even
with every classic he pulls out of the music drawer, Ted knows what
rock and roll is about, and blasts through it for every show. I
guess that's all that needs to be said.
TWO HUGE THUMBS UP for Ted Nugent. Always, consistently, a great
That's it for this one, I'm The Dude on the Right! L8R!!