Legendary Rocker Ted Nugent Blows the Doors Off the
Students for the Second Amendment was disappointed when we learned that Ted Nugent had to cancel his book signing at a San Antonio bookstore. That was until we received last minute word that Ted had provided VIP passes for SF2A members to his concert at Sunset Station in downtown San Antonio.
In spite of having emergency dental surgery done the day before, the Motor City Madman did not disappoint the packed house full of screaming fans. Nugent put on a great show of old and new jams, that concluded with him shooting a flaming arrow into an exploding guitar that brought the house down. Playing through the pain, Ted cranked it up for over two hours.Ted provided members of Students for the Second Amendment with VIP passes and invitations to the after-party. We all had a great time. Students for the Second Amendment expresses its heartfelt gratitude to Ted and Shemane Nugent, and his tour manager Gary Bastile and staff.
Executive Director Damaso Torres presents the latest SF2A T-shirt to Ted Nugent at his after-concert-party.
Damaso Torres with Shemane Nugent
A short Bio. for Ted Nugent
Ted Nugent began hunting in 1953, and playing guitar in 1956. To date, he has released 29 recordings, and sold over 30 million albums. Renowned as one of the world's leading guitar showmen, he's equally well known as one of the nation's preeminent media personalities. Acclaimed for his bold, insightful commentary on issues ranging from gun control to biodiversity, Nugent is a regular guest on top-rated programs like Larry King, Howard Stern, Politically Incorrect and Rush Limbaugh.
A recipient of numerous commendations from police agencies nationwide, Nugent has been lauded for his Ted Nugent Kamp for Kids and work as a national spokesman for D.A.R.E. He continues to fight for personal freedoms on the lecture circuit, and as Editor/Publisher of Adventure Outdoors magazine. Ted Nugent is an award-winning writer for over 20 publications, and author of New York Times best-seller God, Guns and Rock `n' Roll.
Ted "the Nuge" Nugent was reelected to the NRA Board of Directors in 2001 for a 3 year term.