Richard Marx clashes with obnoxious fan during Rick Springfield concert

Richard Marx clashes with obnoxious fan during Rick Springfield concert in New York

He will be right here, waiting to roast “you.”

Pop-rock singer Richard Marx attacked an unruly concertgoer in Port Chester, New York on January 21 who was talking loudly during one of his songs and telling the woman to “learn some damn manners.”

Marx, 60, was about to perform his 1989 hit “Angelia” with fellow rocker Rick Springfield as part of their acoustic tour when the rude heckler surprised the singer, video obtained by TMZ showed.

The “Right Here Waiting” hitmaker finished the song while the woman continued chatting loudly in the background, noticeably irritating other concertgoers.

“I'm really curious who gave you the idea that anything you can scream is more important than what we do?” Marx asked the woman in front of the entire crowd.

“Learn some damn manners, lady!”

Richard Marx was in the middle of one of his songs when an unruly fan interrupted him in Port Chester, NY. TMZ The “Right Here Waiting” hitmaker finished the song before jumping into the conversation.

Glad to have his fellow musicians back, Springfield, 74, jumped in to let Marx know he's had to deal with rude audience members in the past.

“It’s kind of wild sometimes,” the “Jessie’s Girl” singer said.

“I was at a place where there was a bar in the back and I was doing 'My Father's Chair' and there were like four people at the bar just talking.”

Springfield had one final message for the vocal fan to ease tensions in the room and reinforce his support for the “Don't Mean Nothing” singer.

“I'll come to your work and pee on your desk while you're working,” the “Love Somebody” singer said before changing direction.

“Let’s go back to the music here,” Springfield said at the end of the video.

Marx has been nominated for five Grammys throughout his career. picture Alliance via Getty Image Marx after winning Song of the Year at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. FilmMagic

Marx and Springfield's performance at the 1,800-seat Capitol Theater was their final stop in New York on their short, 10-date “An Acoustic Evening” tour, which ran from January 11 to 27.

According to the Grammy Museum, Chicago native Marx has sold over 30 million albums in his nearly decade-long career.

Marx went quadruple platinum in 1989 with two No. 1 singles, “Satisfied” and “Right Here Waiting,” from his second album, Repeat Offender.

Over the course of his long career, Marx was nominated for five Grammys.

In 2003, he won the Grammy for Song of the Year for “Dance with My Father,” which he shared with R&B singer-songwriter Luther Vandross.