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Throughout his long career, guitar Wildman Ted Nugent has reveled in the debate and criticism that always seems to chase in his path. While there's no denying his outstanding talent on the six-string, his knack for penning arena rock anthems, or his status as one of rock's top live acts, it's his nonmusical endeavors that have caused the majority condemnation from his detractors (his pro-right wing beliefs, pro-gun advocacy, appreciation of hunting animals, etc.). But by the similar token, Nugent is a family man and one of the few hard rockers who have estimably stuck by his lifelong anti-drugs and -drink stance throughout his career.
Born on December 13, 1948, in Detroit, MI, Nugent became concerned in rock & roll early in the game, picking up the guitar as a youngster, while his authoritarian father accepted his beliefs down to Nugent. In the '60s, Nugent twisted his first bands (including Royal High Boys and Lourdes), drawing stimulation from such British blues-rockers as the Rolling Stones and the Yardbirds. But it wasn't until the arrangement of the Amboy Dukes that the Nuge got his first taste of fame (it was also approximately this time that Nugent began playing a Gibson Byrdland guitar, a model which would be right away associated with him throughout his career).
The other members of the group didn't faithfully share Nugent's clean-living lifestyle, as confirmed by their psychedelic hit single "Journey to the Center of the Mind," which Nugent claimed he didn't know at the time was about life form "under the influence." The band managed to issue more than a few albums throughout the late '60s 1967's self-titled debut, 1968's Journey to the Center of the Mind, and 1969's Migration as the group fit in well with such additional high-energy rock bands to emerge from the Motor City: MC5 and the Stooges in particular.