Yikes! Randy Houser Once Saw Something Nasty from the Stage

Broken beer bottles and bare necks don’t mix well.

Lots of country stars say they played some rough places when they started out.

Randy Houser, from Lake, Miss., has the stories to back that up. Like the one about a fan named Rocky, who was at one of Randy’s shows.

“He was out there. Wasn’t really doing nothing wrong. He was just a little drunk,” Randy told ABC News Radio.

“And this one guy from another town came up and busted a beer bottle and slit his throat right there in front of us.”

Gawd!

“Next thing I know, I’ve thrown my guitar down, and I have this guy up against the wall with a beer bottle in his hand, up against the wall like I’m gonna do something,” Randy says.

“He could have easily, probably cut my throat, too. We all had to grab Rocky and put something around him. Keep him from bleeding to death.”

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