TED NUGENT's 'Spirit Of New Mexico' Coming To A Theater Near You

Rocker Ted Nugent has penned another guest column for the Waco Tribune-Herald in which he reveals that he has been working with the governor of New Mexico, Bill Richardson, and the New Mexico departments of tourism, game and fish, and economic development to create a very special "Ted Nugent Spirit of New Mexico" outdoors show. Nugent writes, "It is proof positive that logic and positive teamwork are not partisan. Good folk always get along no matter their political affiliation. We expect this fun movie to show up in a theater near you sometime in August or September this year. Though my acting experiences are limited to but a few films and TV shows, I have the feeling that this will be the perfect movie for the whole family. It is PG-13 where the good guys win and old Skunk shows how the mystical flight of the arrow is a beautiful thing when in the right hands. I'm not into whiskey or beer, but for this movie, I can make an exception."

As previously reported, Eagle Rock Entertainment will release "Sweden Rocks" by Ted Nugent on CD May 13. The concert was captured at the 2006 Sweden Rock Festival, featuring the singer/songwriter/guitarist with drummer Mick Brown and bassist Barry Sparks. A DVD of the show will be released June 10.

Ted Nugent's new album, "Love Grenade", was released on September 4 via Eagle Rock Entertainment. Nugent's first set of new material in five years was co-produced by NIGHT RANGER's Jack Blades, Nugent's partner in the long-dormant DAMN YANKEES.


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