Terry Penney, Sarah Penny, and Edward Andrade of Chad Reilly and the Wild Horse Band died in a head on collision
early Saturday morning driving back from a gig at the Lone Star Saloon in Uvalde, Texas when a two-door Chevy sedan drifted into their lane on Texas 173 at 3:35 a.m. Saturday.
Police believe Rogelio Palacios, 18, of Kerrville, who also died at the scene, was intoxicated that night.
Along with Frank Wantland, 45, a bass player from Ingram, and Carlos Escobedo, 51, a drummer from Ingram, the Penneys formed a Christian rock band, Pathway. The band recently completed its first demo, “These Days”
Terry Penney and Andrade also played together in a classic rock and blues band in Kerrville called Sol Patch along with Bryan Maldonado, 34, a guitarist, and Melissa Weatherly, 44, a vocalist.
Terry Penney and Andrade were known best as “hired guns,” musicians who would fill in when bands were missing players.
Funeral arrangements are still pending for the Penneys and Andrade.