Ted Nugent Jams at the Canyon Club

Written by on July 24, 2014 in July 24, 2014, Live Reviews - Comments Off on Ted Nugent Jams at the Canyon Club

Ted NugentPhotos and review by Craig Newman

The motor city mad man performed to a pack of the same age range audience at the Canyon Club at Agoura Hills, California on July 12, 2014 to perform some songs from his new album Shut Up & Jam!

He and the band: Derek St. Holmes (Guitar and vocals), Mick Brown (drums) and Greg Smith (bass) played for 90 minutes of high energy rock, blues (Motown), and jazz mix sound of music.

Yes, Ted is out spoken on the Constitution, hunting politics, and salute to the Military especially what has been and currently happening and that he always mentions at his shows. And he is not, nor should be ashamed of that. You will not agree with him on all topics or him with you. Respect him as a musician business man. Yet it is the music that is the focus when he plays and talks about having been performing for many years.

Some songs from the new album included: “Shut Up & Jam!”, “I Love My Bbq”, “Screaming Eagles” and “She’s Gone”. While the audience wanting to hear their favorites as that just rocked: “Cat Scratch Fever”, “Wango Tango”, “Queen Of The Forest”, “Hey Baby”, “Fred Bear”, “Strangle Hold” and the encore” Great White Buffalo”.

Opening the was the Detroit band Pistol Day Parade who are not a tribute band, were not bad and not being known got a good reaction from the audience.

Over all it was a good and fun show and that Uncle Ted is not done yet with more music from his arsenal fire off.