Randy Houser Removes Rowdy Fan From Kentucky Concert

 LAUREN LAFFER•Sounds Like Nashville

During the opening night of his We Went TourRandy Houser was distracted by a rowdy fan in the audience and decided to eject him from the show.

The singer was performing the song, “Fired Up,” at The Arena in Corbin, KY, when he noticed a fan in the crowd that was out of control. “Hey brother, cut that s–t out right now, would you?” he said.

In a video posted to YouTube, The Mississippi native is seen stopping his band in order to gain control of the situation. “Hey …hey! Hey, you’ve got to go, brother. In the Ford hat … you got to go, son. You’re trying to … we don’t have none of that s–t here. We’re here to have a good time.”

The crowd cheered on Houser, who waited until security removed the fan from the crowd, before saying, “Sorry, y’all … there’s an a–hole in every crowd.”

Check out the video below…


Houser is currently out on the road for his We Went Tour, featuring Frankie Ballardand Craig Campbell. The tour resumes on Friday, Nov. 27 at the Dow Events Center in Saginaw, MI.