The 7-inch contained two previously unreleased tracks from the seminal band.
Somebody (probably Donald Trump) urged Ted Nugent, Kid Rock and Sarah Palin to flip off a Hillary Clinton portrait
“I politely declined,” Nugent said. “Let the juxtaposition speak for itself.”
“There’s no references to [Trump] on the record — in fact, any time when anyone made any reference, I edited it out.”
It’s the indie guitarist’s first original work since last year’s Eyes on the Lines.
This is what Making America Great Again apparently looks like.
A gritty duet with Iron City Houserockers frontman Joe Grushecky.
This is “what freedom looks like, that’s the red, white, and blue.”
Instead, internet services providers will simply have to “verbally agree” to a free and open internet.
Whoever thought that Homer’s battles with Mr. Burns would come in handy one day?
French electronic pioneer hopes to “make people aware of the urgency of dealing with the Earth.”
Run the Jewels rapper defends Kanye’s decision to sit down with 45.
And as for Trump, The Who frontman says, “Wash your fucking mouth out.”