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Man stabbed at Gregg Allman concert in Nashville

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NASHVILLE, TN -

(AP) - A man has been charged with stabbing a fellow concertgoer during a crowded Gregg Allman performance at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

Forty-4-year-old Carl Darren Brothers has been released from the Metro Nashville Jail after being charged with aggravated assault, public intoxication and disorderly conduct late Wednesday night.

Police said the man seated next to him, Ronald Sixt Jr., was treated for minor facial injuries.

Officers said Sixt apparently bumped into Brothers and the two argued, fought and then Brothers took a knife out of his back pocket and began stabbing Sixt while Allman was still on stage. Ryman security broke up the fight and called police.

A jail spokeswoman said there was no record of an attorney for Brothers.

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