VIDEO 3 Doors Down Brad Arnold Stands up for Fan: “You Don’t Hit a Woman”

VIDEO 3 Doors Down Brad Arnold Stands up for Fan: “You Don’t Hit a Woman”

We’ve said it once, we’ll say it again! Don’t be that guy that ruins a concert for everyone! But if you are THAT guy, thank goodness we have rockers that are willing to stand up for their fans … just like what happened with 3 Doors Down‘s Brad Arnold at a recent performance in Broomfield, Colo.


Footage has surfaced online from 3 Doors Down guitarist Chris Henderson showing Arnold stopping the band’s performance mid-song to come to the aid of a woman in the crowd. The video footage may be a little shaky, but the audio is clear as Arnold stops the show to address the situation and have security intervene.

“Hang on, hang on, hang on. Hey, hey homie. You don’t hit a woman,” yells Arnold, addressing a man in the crowd. “You just pushed a woman out of the way to get in a fight, you d–k! Get him the hell out of here … You don’t hit a woman, dude.”

Henderson, who posted the video on his YouTube account and tweeted it online, states, “Brad kicking a dude out of the show! Just another reason I’m proud to be in this band!!”

The guitarist revealed just last month that 3 Doors Down were in the home stretch of their next studio album. According to Henderson, the album will be called Us and the Night and it’s expected in “September/October/November, somewhere in that area.”

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