The Cadillac Three lead singer Jaren Johnston took things into his own hands when he saw two concertgoers fighting during a show in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Wednesday night (March 8). After warning the pair to knock it off, the singer and guitarist jumped into the crowd to handle the situation himself.

"Hey, guys, chill, chill, chill, chill, chill, chill, chill, chill, chill. It's called "Peace, Love & Dixie," c'mon, man," Johnston tells the fighting fans, attempting to use the title of one of TC3's songs as a calming phrase. However, that didn't stop them, so Johnston issued another warning: "Dude, you hit that girl again, I'm comin' in, son."

And then he did. Readers can press play on the Instagram video above to watch Johnston throw down his guitar and jump offstage to break up the fighting. Unfortunately, Johnston's guitar didn't survive the night.

"To the d--khead I had to jump in the crowd and choke out for hitting a girl in Vancouver ... you owe me a new guitar," Johnston wrote on Instagram on Thursday (March 9), along with a photo that shows the neck of his electric guitar detached from its body. "A--hole."

The Cadillac Three are currently on the road for their 2017 Black Roses Tour. Further information about the trek is available on the band’s official website.

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