“That is our home!”
Throughout a St. Patrick’s Day present, the Dropkick Murphys had been concerned in an altercation with an unruly fan.
The incident, which occurred on Friday (March 15) throughout a vacation gig at Boston’s Home of Blues, noticed bassist and singer Ken Casey “struggle” with a fan after a row a couple of microphone.
As reported on TMZ, Casey handed his microphone to a fan within the viewers who then refused to return it regardless of repeated pleas. Casey then scuffled with the fan earlier than blood was drawn earlier than finally being pulled again onto the stage amidst a lot confusion and chaos.
You’ll be able to watch footage of the incident right here:
Regardless of being pulled again onto the stage, Casey evaded the present’s safety and leapt again into the group to method the fan once more. Ultimately, the fan was escorted out of the venue and the band accomplished their set.
Talking concerning the incident on stage, entrance Al Barr stated: “So, we’ve been doing this for quite a lot of years, and having been right here for 21 of these years, this isn’t new.
“I haven’t seen the outdated man bleed, however this isn’t new. See, after we invite you guys to return to certainly one of our exhibits, it’s like we’re saying, ‘Come to our home,’ and when somebody disrespects us, it’s such as you’re disrespecting us in our personal home. That is our home!”
Casey has been concerned in an altercation with a fan earlier than, in 2013 at New York Metropolis’s Terminal 5.
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