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Ted Nugent announces 'SHUTUP&JAM' tour dates

Ted Nugent, aka The Motor City Madman, is touring the United States to support "SHUTUP&JAM!," his first new studio album in seven years.

By Goldmine staff

Ted Nugent, aka The Motor City Madman, is touring the United States to support "SHUTUP&JAM!," his first new studio album in seven years.

Nugent was joined in the studio by vocalist and guitarist Derek St. Holmes, drummer Mick Brown and bassist Greg Smith to work on the album, which will be released July 8, 2014, via Frontiers Records.

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Sammy Hagar is a guest vocalist on the track "She's Gone," which has been released as a single.

Ted Nugent onstage

Ted Nugent lets loose onstage with (from left) Derek St. Holmes, Mick Brown and Greg Smith. Photo credit: James and Maryln Brown.

For ticket information about the 'SHUTUP&JAM!' tour, visit Scheduled dates, cities and venues are:

• July 3: Wichita Falls, Texas, Wichita Falls Memorial Auditorium
• July 4: Santa Fe, N.M., CamelRock Casino
• July 5: Oklahoma City, Starlight Amphitheater at Frontier City
• July 8: Phoenix, Celebrity Theatre
• July 9: Ramona, Calif., Ramona Mainstage
• July 10: Prescott Valley, Ariz., Tim's Toyota Center
• July 11: Agoura Hills, Calif., The Canyon Club
• July 12: Las Vegas, Orleans Hotel & Casino
• July 14: Anaheim, Calif., City National Grove of Anaheim
• July 17: Council Bluffs, Iowa, Mid-America Center (opening for Hank Williams Jr.)
• July 18: Merrillville, Ind., Star Plaza Theatre
• July 19: Detroit, DTE Energy Music Theatre
• July 21: Huntington, N.Y., The Paramount
• July 22: Montclair, N.J., The Wellmont Theater
• July 23: Jim Thorpe, Pa., Penn's Peak
• July 24: Columbus, Ohio, Newport Music Hall
• July 25: Morgantown, W.V., MountainFest at Mylan Park
• July 26: Oshkosh, Wis., Leach Amphitheater at Riverside Park
• July 27: Medina, Minn., Medina Entertainment Center
• July 29: Kansas City, Mo., Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
• July 30: Englewood, Colo., Gothic Theatre
• July 31: Salt Lake City, The Depot
• Aug. 1: Sheridan, Wyo., Trails End Concert Park
• Aug. 2-3: Tacoma, Wash., Emerald Queen Casino
• Aug. 6: Sturgis, S.D., Full Throttle Saloon
• Aug. 8: Maumee, Ohio, Northwest Ohio Rib-Off at Lucas County Fairgrounds
• Aug. 9: Oxford, Ohio, Indian Creek Amphitheatre
• Aug. 11: North Myrtle Beach, S.C., House of Blues
• Aug. 12: Lake Buena Vista, Fla., House of Blues
• Aug. 14: Houston, House of Blues
• Aug. 15: Biloxi, Miss., Hard Rock Live
• Aug. 16: Fort Worth, Texas, Billy Bob's Texas