[News] Ice-T Narrates "Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire" Documentary
Ice-T continues to use his voice to express his views on various topics. The Hip Hop ambassador is narrating a documentary titled Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire , a film that is striving to take a step back from public discourse on limiting magazine capacity and defining "assault rifles," and offer a unique perspective of the Second Amendment's ... (more)
"Assaulted isn't a one-sided documentary popped out of the Michael Moore mold. The film talks to a variety of sources, from fervent gun rights activist Ted Nugent to Dan Gross, the President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence."
Mott Community College music festival teaches students music technology
High school music students and performers are invited to explore the music technology industry during a day-long festival at Mott Community College.
Photo Gallery: Guitar World Magazine Ads from the 1980s, Part 1
As you might've noticed, we occasionally post photo galleries that collect a particular year's Guitar World magazine covers.
This Day in Music History: June 14th
Nugent didn't turn down the volume because he was within the legal noise limits.
Ted Nugent: Liberals want 'to rape our constitution'
NRA board member and wannabe soldier Ted Nugent once again wrote for WorldNetDaily to promote the conspiracy theory that the Democrats want to confiscate all guns, this time asserting that "the real central issue that all Americans with common sense understand is about keeping violent maggots in cages and not disarming law-abiding citizens."
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Jake's Blues unveils new CD
More than a decade has passed since Jake's Blues released a studio CD, but the wait is over.
The Hollywood Gossip
Piers Morgan Tell-All: Coming in October
We somehow doubt Ted Nugent will be buying a copy, but Piers Morgan announced today that he is penning a tell-all that will be released in October.
Best Venue to See a Band
Voters again reward the 1,500-capacity big room at the National, a historic vaudeville venue that once saw the likes of Orson Welles on its stage, and now sees the likes of Ted Nugent and on special occasions, Jay and Silent Bob.