The 80s was an incredible decade. Disco was on its way out and Techno was making its way in. The 80s was kind of an estuary of music providing a spot when two hugely popular musical eras merged to what eventually become known as “The Big 80s.” Popular culture in the 80s included new technologies (like the Walkman, cassette tapes, VCRs, and video games), insanely wild cars (like the DeLorean, with no regard for gas mileage), and a fashion since that was big and flashy, with an emphasis on individuality.

     The Cube transports you back to those awesome times by assembling the biggest monster tunes of the decade and playing them back to back, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week without commercials.



     Ted Nugent, the Motor City Madman is back on the road with his “Ted Nugent Rockin America Again!” tour. Known mostly today for his conservative views, expert bow hunting skills and television shows, Nugent and his blood brothers are returning to the road.

     Nugent, who had four monster albums in the 80s which included Nugent (1982), Penetrator (1984), Little Miss Dangerous (1986), and If You Can’t Lick ‘Em…Lick ‘Em (1988) which included super hits like “Cat Scratch Fever,” “Free-For-Fall,” “Wango Tango” and “Stranglehold,” will be bringing his awesome brand of Rock-N-Roll to the Montgomery Performing Arts Center on July 16th at 7:30 p.m. Tickets now available at the MPAC Box office and Ticketmaster.