Attended the Ted Nugent concert at the Montgomery (AL) Performing Arts Center on Sunday night July 16th, a stop on his 2017 summer tour. Nugent put on a great show with his screaming loud guitar licks and high energy. He included all his best known hits like Cat Scratch Fever, Stranglehold, Free-for-All, Fred Bear and Wang Dang. For his encore he performed Great White Buffalo and dedicated it to the current President and all in the audience who dare defend Constitutional principles. He gave props to those in the audience in all the branches of the Armed Forces while criticizing the previous administration's lack of support for those who serve. He also reinforced his embrace of the 2nd Amendment and said he has donated tons of venison jerky from his numerous hunts to the U.S. troops. Nugent opened with the Star Spangled Banner in a great rendition with a huge U.S. flag adorning the back of the stage. Also on stage was the Gadsden (Don't Tread on Me) banner opposite the Alabama state flag. He reiterated numerous times that he considered himself blood brothers with the Alabamians in attendance. It was a great show by a great patriot. Ears still ringing.