Rascal Flatts Open Up On Indianapolis Bomb Scare

In a recent interview with Billboard, Rascal Flatts spoke about the recent bomb threats at their Indianapolis show. The venue received several bomb threats by phone, including a shockingly short message, saying “It’s 10:44.” The last threat arrived just before the band was preparing to go onstage for their encore performance when the house lights came on abruptly and the end of the show was announced without any explanation. “I immediately thought of Vegas,” said band member Gary LeVox, referring to the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival in Las Vegas last October. The band was escorted to safety on their tour bus, while the venue staff and police helped to clear out the audience, who were not given any explanation for the sudden end to the program. “We kept saying, ‘Hey, you guys have to tell people. Let them know what’s going on'” said Jay DeMarcus. The anonymous caller has not been caught and investigations into the case are ongoing. Copyright(c) 2018 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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