A heckler was booted from an Elliott Smith tribute concert in London on Monday (21Oct13) after becoming engaged in a foul-mouthed argument with singer/songwriter Damon Gough. The musician, who performs as Badly Drawn Boy, was headlining the Elliott Smith Tribute Act, when a gig-goer became upset because he wasn't performing tragic Smith's tracks. Instead, Gough launched into a 10-minute speech while strumming on his guitar. The fan blasted him by shouting, "Elliott wouldn't have wanted this!", prompting the star to lash out from the stage, branding the loud fan a "c**t" and allegedly telling him to "f**k off and die". The male was escorted from The Brixton Windmill venue, allowing Gough to continue with his performance in peace. The show, held on the 10th anniversary of Smith's death, also featured appearances by Sweetheart Contract AAG (All American Girl) and singer Jaq Gallier and raised $3,000 (£2,000) for British mental health charity Mind. Meanwhile, a similar tribute gig was held on the same night in New York, where singers Cat Power and Sky Ferreira teamed up for a duet in the Miss Misery Oscar nominee's memory. It's not the first time Badly Drawn Boy has lost his temper onstage - he hit headlines last year (12) after throwing a harmonica brace at a female heckler in England, while he was forced to apologise to fans in 2010 following a shambolic set in Los Angeles which ended in him walking off stage after just four songs.