On This Day In METAL History – December 13th… From Jimi Hendrix To Ted Nugent


The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Foxy Lady - promo 45 - single cover sleeve - 1967JH

On December 13th, 1966The Jimi Hendrix Experience recorded their song Foxy Lady. On this same day, they made their first TV appearance on the British television show: Ready Steady Go. Foxy Lady is featured on the iconic debut album from the Jimi Hendrix Experience: Are You Experienced, released in 1967.

Billy Idol - Whiplash Smile - promo cover pic - #1986BI

On this day in 1986Billy Idol peaked at number six on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart, with his third full-length studio album: Whiplash Smile. This album went on to achieve Platinum status in the United States.

Vinnie Moore - Meltdown - promo album cover pic - 1991VM

Vinnie Moore – Meltdown

Rush - Roll The Bones - promo album cover pic - 1991GLNP

RUSH – Roll The Bones

On December 13th, 1991 – Guitar virtuoso Vinnie Moore opened for the legendary RUSH at the Hartford Civic Center, in Hartford, Connecticut. Vinnie Moore was touring in support of his third solo album from 1991: Meltdown. This was one of many concert dates on the Roll The Bones Tour for RUSH. Roll The Bones was the fourteenth studio album released by the Canadian Rock legends.

Slash - Gibson Guitar - promo ad - flyer - #33SG

On this day in 1993 – Guitarist Slash joined Billy Joel onstage, to lend a solo to the song shameless, during a concert at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. Whoa!

Mars Attacks! - promo movie poster pic - #1996DDJNGC

On December 13th, 1996 – The Science Fiction/Comedy, Tim Burton directed Mars Attacks! was released to wide-screen theaters, via Warner Bros. Pictures. This film boasts a legendary cast of: Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, Annette Bening, Pierce Brosnan, Danny DeVito, Michael J. Fox, Sarah Jessica Parker, Martin Short and even… the legendary Tom Jones. Whoa, man! Mars Attacks! is… Metal.

Happy Birthday - promo banner - #2014BD

Ted Nugent - Shut Up And Jam - promo cover pic - 2014

TED NUGENT

Born on December 13th, 1948 was Ted Nugent. Happy Rockin’ birthday, Ted! Yeah and whoa! The Motor City Madman has been electrifying his fans with his dazzling array of guitar licks, tricks and memorable riffs. With 14 solo studio albums and more than several live albums to his credit, Ted Nugent has spanned across five decades, playing his  unique style of Rock N’ Roll.

Spanning the Ted Nugent discography, many great lead singers were featured, such as: Meatloaf, Derek St. Holmes, Brian Howe and a lead vocal one song/cameo on 2014’s Shutup & Jam! by Sammy Hagar. Metal be thy name!

Damn Yankees - promo cover pic - #1990TNTSJB

Ted Nugent began his road to Rockin’ fame as the lead guitarist for Detroit’s very own: The Amboy Dukes. Ted Nugent was also a co-founder of the Hard Rock supergroup: Damn Yankees. With guitarist Tommy Shaw, Jack Blades on bass and drummer Michael Cartellone, Damn Yankees were born. With 2 studio albums released from 1990 to 1992, Damn Yankees were a favorite of MTV and FM radio, with five music videos and nine hit singles.

Ted Nugent - For President - promo sticker image

Stone - 2011 Photo #1

LONG LIVE METAL.

LONG LIVE THE ROOTS & FAMILY TREE OF METAL.

Stone.

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2 Responses to “On This Day In METAL History – December 13th… From Jimi Hendrix To Ted Nugent”

  1. Nugent is almost 3 years from 70. That boggles my mind.

    • Yup! Seems like all our Hard Rock and Heavy Metal heroes from yesteryear are in their (at least) sixties now… and most (if not all) of them are Rockin’ better than ever! \m/\m/

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