Ted Nugent and Sebastian Bach Help John Rich Rock The Country World

Country star John Rich wants to rock and he's getting a little help from Ted Nugent and Sebastian Bach. Andrew Vaughan from Gibson.com has a new profile of Rich's rockin new music: After the more thoughtful tone of 2009's Son of a Preacher Man album, the flamboyant Big & Rich star is bringing rock back into country.

He has a new single, "Country Done Come to Town" that's full-throttle, rockin' country that matches the high-energy and quality of Big & Rich singles "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" and "Comin' to Your City," with an album to follow, which he describes as "the most aggressive rock and roll music I've made."

There's ZZ Top swagger and sound to the new song and its "good time at Rich's house" video, complete with bikini clad girls, George Jones, Sebastian Bach and babes bouncing in a kiddie pool filled with creamed corn, (as well as Ted Nugent jumping on stage with his Les Paul to complement Rich's "Musik Mafia" rhinestone inlaid Flying V for good measure.) "Everyone from Ted Nugent to Two-Foot Fred to George Jones, they're all in the video it's crazy man all my rowdy friends," Rich said. - more on this story

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