The shocking moment a stage crasher at The Black Crowes gig in Melbourne cops a guitar to the neck

This is the shocking moment a rowdy stage invader got a guitar slammed into his neck after jumping on stage at an Australian gig.   

US rock band The Black Crows were playing in Melbourne on Sunday when one fan jumped up onto stage and interrupted the set.

The punter, who had been standing in the front row, jumped in front of lead singer Chris Robinson, before quickly getting chased down by security.

This is the shocking moment a rowdy stage invader got a guitar slammed into his neck after jumping on stage at an Australian gig

US rock band The Black Crows were playing in Melbourne on Sunday when one fan jumped up onto stage and interrupted the set

US rock band The Black Crows were playing in Melbourne on Sunday when one fan jumped up onto stage and interrupted the set

Like true professionals, the band continued their set and played their hit song Stare It Cold, but paused when the invader swung for the security guard.

This caused guitarist Rich Robinson to stop playing, and pushed the fan off stage by pushing his guitar into his neck. 

Quickly, leader singer Chris ran over to the side of the stage to berate the invader, swinging his mic stand into the crowd.

After the man was back in the crowd, the band continued their set.

The punter, who had been standing in the front row, jumped in front of lead singer Chris Robinson, before quickly getting chased down by security

The punter, who had been standing in the front row, jumped in front of lead singer Chris Robinson, before quickly getting chased down by security

Quickly, leader singer Chris ran over to the side of the stage to berate the invader, swinging his mic stand into the crowd

Quickly, leader singer Chris ran over to the side of the stage to berate the invader, swinging his mic stand into the crowd

The band – formed by brothers Chris and Rich – are well known for fighting with one another.

Chris was famously married to Kate Hudson from 2000 to 2007, with the pair sharing son Ryder Russell Robinson, 18.

Melbourne was the last stop on The Black Crowes tour, which kicked off on November 13 in Sydney. It was their first time in Australia in 14 years. 

The band were celebrating the 30th anniversary of their album Shake Your Money Maker – playing the tracklist in full. 

The band - formed by brothers Chris and Rich - are well known for fighting with one another. The brothers are pictured performing in August 2021, just over two years after reforming the band

The band – formed by brothers Chris and Rich – are well known for fighting with one another. The brothers are pictured performing in August 2021, just over two years after reforming the band

The band were celebrating the 30th anniversary of their album Shake Your Money Maker - playing the tracklist in full. The band is pictured in June 1991, clockwise from top: Chris Robinson, Steve Gorman, Rich Robinson, Jeff Cease and Johnny Colt

The band were celebrating the 30th anniversary of their album Shake Your Money Maker – playing the tracklist in full. The band is pictured in June 1991, clockwise from top: Chris Robinson, Steve Gorman, Rich Robinson, Jeff Cease and Johnny Colt

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