Skip to comments.Keith concert more than crowd bargained for (Nugent Update !!!)
Posted on 03/11/2005 8:00:21 PM PST by 11th_VA
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Methinks this Kevin character (author) is a pantywaisted little wimp. Just an opinion, mind you.
Isn't that the one where the lyrics are "I'm a big believer in animal rights/ I let my dog hump me on my leg"?
Is Toby Keith a democrat?!?!
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Nugent closed his 50-minute opening slot with "Kiss My Ass," a guitar-wailing sledgehammer of a song that lyrically links Saddam Hussein with Ted Kennedy, John F. Kerry, Michael Moore, The Dixie Chicks, Jessie Jackson and a host of others not from Nugent's same school of political thought.
My kind of concert!!!!
The audience automatically rose in unison and it was such a bizarre blend between the action on stage and the reaction from the crowd that at times it seemed as if one was watching an old black and white German propaganda film from the early 1940s.
OK, this guy is a complete tool.
I just love it when leftist clowns impose their political bigotry on a review.
Dang, we missed a good one.
Would have been a great show to be at, too bad you missed it.
"God Bless America indeed. It was a fitting, completely over-the-top ending to a set that found Nugent taking the stage, waving the American flag and screaming the Pledge of Allegiance."
Finally, a concert I would pay good money to attend. Toby Keith is OK, but is Nugent going to open for him during the rest of the tour? (Should be the other way around, in my opinion).
Anyone have a tour schedule with both on the bill?
LOL. That song's from his Spirit of the Wild CD. It's a fun song, and it's actually his weakest song from the disk, which is second to his "Double Live Gonzo" 1978 release. I highly recommend it. His classic "Fred Bear" is on it.(Michiganders will know the song)
Not sure, but right now it could be the nyquil.
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