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DAY TEN
August 10, 2006
THE BUFFALO CHIP
Sturgis, South Dakota
TED NUGENT
"The Nuge"
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Cat Scratched My Fever
Wow!.  The Nuge is as fiery as ever.  Hasn't lost one inch of his incendiary guitar attack.  Louder than
hell!  Our ears were ringing from the back of the amphitheater.  He covered all his great tunes,
including Cat Scratch Fever in his finale.  Raw Dogs Warhogs was ballsy, loud and totally Nugent.  
Opening with a rendition of the Star Spangled Banner, Ted blended in his right-winged politics, taking
shots at everyone!

Joe Walsh was a bit more subdued, but not much.  He did allow my eardrums to heal, a few decibels
lower than Ted.  We heard something new, something old.  Opening with "Seems To me," he covered
quite a bit of ground.  Bowing to Ted as the opening act, he went into a solo acoustical number, then
returned to peform his slide guitar work, cranking up the volume.  Renditions of "Rocky Mountain
Way" and "Lifes' Been Good," he indulged the crowd with an extended encore, remaining on stage
about 20 minutes overtime.

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