Mobile natives Gary Stanton and Charlie Muncaster are safe, but obviously stunned.
The duo, known as Muscadine Bloodline, played the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Vegas Sunday, just hours before a shooter opened fire on the Festival, killing at least 58 and wounding over 500.
This picture was taken just six hours before a night that turned into a nightmare. Keep praying for those that were not as fortunate as us. pic.twitter.com/Hm8045e7wB— Muscadine Bloodline (@MuscadineBLine) October 2, 2017
Active shooter at Route 91 in Las Vegas. Us and the band are safe currently. Pray— Muscadine Bloodline (@MuscadineBLine) October 2, 2017
50 killed and more than 200 injured. I can’t believe this. I’m heartbroken.— Charlie Muncaster (@CMuncasterMusic) October 2, 2017
Everyone in our camp is safe as of now. Keep the victims of this tragedy in your thoughts and prayers.— Charlie Muncaster (@CMuncasterMusic) October 2, 2017
This was a busy weekend for Muscadine Bloodline. They also played Ten Sixty Five in Mobile on Friday.
I. Love. Mobile. Alabama. https://t.co/hSsBdrZBCL— Charlie Muncaster (@CMuncasterMusic) September 30, 2017
At last word, they were awaiting flights back to Mobile.
C'mon home, boys. C'mon home.