Terry Penney, Sarah Penny, and Edward Andrade of Chad Reilly and the Wild Horse Band Die in Hill Country Collision

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.

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