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City Pays Ted Nugent $16K To NOT Perform At Festival!

In the wake of controversy surrounding the musician’s appearance with Texas gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott, organizers made the decision to cancel the singer’s appearance.
City Pays Ted Nugent $16K To NOT Perform At Festival!
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Via Americans Against The Tea Party:

Controversial, overtly racist, and psychopathic rocker Ted Nugent has run head-on into a little PR snafu this week, when a Texas venue he was supposed to perform at abruptly canceled his appearance.

The City of Longview is hosting its second annual Fourth of July festival. The event’s organizers reached out to several artists, one of them initially being Ted Nugent.

According to reports, the production company Maude Cobb reached a verbal agreement with Nugent to perform at the festival, but in the wake of controversy surrounding the musician’s appearance with Texas gubernatorial candidate Gr...

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