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Today In Music History: 11/07/17

We go way back to 1963, when The Beatles made their only visit to Ireland, where they performed two shows in Dublin.

Reg Dwight (who had not yet changed his name to Elton John) and songwriting partner Bernie Taupin signed their first major publishing deal, on this day in 1967, with their parents as witnesses since both were minors. 195 more words


Cranes Are Not For Hunting (at least not in Michigan)

Joe Writes . . . 

The Michigan House of Representatives recently passed a resolution asking the Natural Resources Commission to classify sandhill cranes as a gamebird. 667 more words


Caught Live: Marco Mendoza (with Black Cat Bones), Studio2 Liverpool 17th October 2017

It felt a bit like a private party, such was the ‘exclusive’ attendance at this date from the US bassist, currently a member of The Dead Daisies but has played with many other major names including Ted Nugent, Whitesnake and Thin Lizzy/Black Star Riders. 1,094 more words


A Time to Kneel

This was beautifully written by Ted Nugent, long time singer/song writer and political activist.  It was sent to me by a veteran who agrees with the views expressed here.  596 more words



This album was originally released in september 1975, but I guess it wasn`t released in the UK before the summer of 1976. Strange to think that in those days you couldn`t get hold of an album until it was released in your country (or pay hugely by buying it on import). 1,041 more words

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Ted Nugent: Protesting NFL Players Should 'Take A Little Trip To Valley Forge In January'

PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — Rocker Ted Nugent is now wading into the national anthem controversy involving NFL players.

More than 200 players knelt, sat on a bench, raised a fist, or remained indoors during the playing of the national anthem following President Donald Trump’s controversial remarks made at a rally in Alabama on Friday. 364 more words


Ted Nugent Slams NFL Protestors, Applauds 'Real Americans'

By Hayden Wright

Controversial rocker-activist Ted Nugent has spoken out against the raft of NFL players who’ve kneeled during the national anthem. Colin Kaepernick launched the movement last year, vowing to kneel or sit until America faces its history of social injustice and racial inequality. 252 more words