He is the director of the Michigan Bowhunting Conference.
He was the keynote speaker for the 1995 Native American Fish & Wildlife Society National Conference in Anchorage, Alaska.
He was named Michigan Conservationist of the Year in 1999.
Ted is the Vice President of the American Shooting Sports Council.
He attended Cooke Elementary School in the Rosdale Park area of Detroit.
Ted's first band was called The Lourds.
In 1989 he put in a bid to by the background music company Muzak, intending to shut the company down, but his offer was rejected.
He exclusively plays Gibson Byrdland guitars.
In 1993, he was honored in the Congressional Record by Congressman Jim Barcia.
Ted was given the James Fenimore Cooper Award for his promotion of America's outdoor heritage.
Ted has two daughters, Starr and Sasha, and two sons, Toby and Rocco.
In the late 70s Ted took to dressing like a caveman on stage, and starting the show by swinging in on a vine, like Tarzan.
He has his own brand of beef jerky which is called "Gonzo Meat Biltong".
His autobiography is titled God, Guns, & Rock n' Roll.
His album debut was 1967's self-titled release by the Amboy Dukes.
Ted is a graduate of St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights, IL.
Ted Nugent is #41 on VH1's 100 Greatest Artist of Hard Rock.
Ted is on the advisory board of the non-profit organization "Hunt of a Lifetime" which gives children with life threatening illnesses a chance to fulfill a dream.
He started bow hunting when he was 6 years old.
He started playing the guitar when he was 8 years old.
Ted has sold over 30 million albums.
Ted and his wife, Shemane wrote a cookbook Kill It and Grill It released in 2002.
He considered running for Governor of Michigan in 2006.
He and his family moved to Crawford, Texas in 2003.
Ted: Vegetarians are cool. All I eat are vegetarians -- except for the occasional mountain lion steaks.
Ted: Only a coward would want fewer good guys with guns on the streets in today's world.
Ted: Anyone who thinks hunting is terrible can kiss my ass.
Ted: People that have a problem with me, have a serious shortage of humor.
Ted: (on whether he listens to country music) No matter which moniker a genre' of music may fall under, heart and soul will all be the determining factor for me.
Ted: (after being called "abrasive") If you play rock 'n' roll like this, you have to be kind of abrasive, don't you?