Home video taken when the brawl broke out Saturday at Club 1123 on First Avenue and Louisiana surfaced on the internet. A typical gig at an Evansville night club turns ugly for members of the band a promise worth dying for. This video taken from a cellphone and posted on photobucket.com shows the fight that broke out at club 1123 - a place geared toward people 21 and under. Band member Tyson Senger says his band started getting threats online a week before the concert. "As we were setting up on stage a group came over they were unplugging our stuff calling us names, instigating stuff." The band played only one song before the attack started. "I jumped off the stage and went to the owner and said I was just punched in the face he got on stage and thats where the video comes in." The video shows owner Casey Jones in the orange shirt holding the microphone separating everyone into two groups. Jones admits looking at the video it may look like hes instigating the fight. In a phone interview he says that wasnt his intention. Jones says he was trying to figure out who was causing the problems and trying to keep everything calm before security got there. Jones says at the time he did what he thought was best. "I thought he was going to kick people out or say something and before you know it everyone was throwing punches." Jones says hes debating staying open if fights like this are going to happen. The band says theyre staying away from that club. Police were dispatched to the club twice that night. No charges were filed.