Ted Nugent Addresses His Feud With Sebastian Bach

Ted Nugent made an appearance on The Real Music Observer for an interview during which he made some remarks about the long-lasting feud between him and Sebastian Bach.

On May 21, 2006, the reality show ‘Supergroup’ which starred Ted Nugent, Skid Row’s Sebastian Bach, Jason Bonham, Scott Ian, Evan Seinfeld, and Doc McGhee aired. During course of the show, these stars lived together in a mansion in Las Vegas to plan a live performance as a band named Damnocracy.

Although the show became quite popular among the music fans, the supergroup Damnocracy didn’t release any music effort together and disbanded in 2010. Moreover, the reality show ‘Supergroup’ became the starting point of the long-lasting feud between Sebastian Bach and Ted Nugent.

During one of the episodes of ‘Supergroup’ Ted Nugent, who is known for his sobriety and disgust over abusing addictive substances, approached Sebastian Bach to talk about his drinking problem. He stated that Bach is a weak person because he is unaware of the effects of his poisons on his life.

After that remark, Bach implied Nugent is a racist by stating ‘what is weak is being a racist.’ After some years, on June 12, 2021, Bach targeted Nugent again upon seeing the claims about the musician getting a student deferment and avoiding military service. He stated that he is willing to give away his Ted Nugent collection for free after this news.

In an interview by The Real Music Observer, Ted Nugent stated he has soulful relationships with soulful people. Following that, Nugent wanted to talk about Sebastian Bach, but interestingly, he couldn’t remember his name. Recalling he appeared with him in the band Damnocracy, Nugent then remembered it was Sebastian Bach.

Nevertheless, Nugent said Bach has made some nasty comments about him, but he would expect Sebastian to ask him if the allegations were true before making such comments. Moreover, Uncle Ted argued that falsely accusing someone is the worst thing a human being can do.

During the interview, Ted Nugent said the following:

“I have a soulful relationship with soulful people and I would ask Dee Snider why he would presume and falsely accuse. Again, I love the guy, but if I had a problem with you, you know who I’d call? I’d call you.

I’m just going my mouth off. If I had a problem with- what’s the guy- incredible vocalist, he was with me in the Damnocracy, Canadian guy, long blonde hair…  I can’t think of the name of the band, but he was in the Damnocracy… Sebastian Bach!

Sebastian Bach has just constantly made nasty comments about me, and if I thought something nasty about Sebastian Bach, I wouldn’t say anything until I called him and asked him if these allegations were true. Again, I’m going to repeat what I said earlier: ‘The worst thing you can do as a human being is to falsely accuse.'”

You can check out the full interview below.