Randy Houser got fired up during a concert in Corbin, Ky. on Friday night, (Nov. 20), and personally intervened after he saw a rowdy fan causing trouble in the crowd.

Houser and his band were performing the opening night of the singer's We Went Tour at the Arena in Corbin when the singer-songwriter spotted a fight in the crowd near the end of one of his new songs, "Fired Up." Houser admonished the rowdy fan from the stage, saying, "Hey brother, cut that s--t out right now, would you?" as the band played the outro to the song, then continued to address the man after bringing the music to a close.

"Hey ...hey!" the singer exclaimed, signalling the musicians to a halt. "Hey, you've got to go, brother," Houser tells the troublemaker in the video above. "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 audience cheered their approval as Houser waited for security to remove the out-of-control fan. The singer then returned to his position behind the mic stand to apologize to the rest of the fans on hand, saying, "Sorry, y'all ... there's an a--hole in every crowd."

Check out the incident in the video above, which does contain some strong language.

Houser spent the summer on Luke Bryan's Kick the Dust Up Tour, and he'll be headlining venues across several states on the We Went Tour, which features Frankie Ballard and Craig Campbell as his support acts.

“We’ve had a blast touring with Luke [Bryan] this summer, and it’s been an incredible opportunity to play to some people we might not have played to before,” he says. “We’re really looking forward to building our show this fall, playing the arenas and getting to play some new music. Frankie and Craig are both great performers, and we’re ready to get out there and show people what we’re all about!”

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