On a clear Friday night in Worcester, MA, the Bail Money Band put on a lively show out at Greendale’s Pub. Being Worcester locals, they had a nice-sized crowd supporting them with some concertgoers out there dancing. The night started off with “Beer in Mexico” and shortly after “Cold Beer Calling My Name”, as well as “Beer With My Friends”. It was no surprise someone in the crowd bought frontman, Pete Towler, a beverage before the first intermission.
Although many of the songs Bail Money Band plays are either country or Southern rock covers, they do also have their own original material. Their song, “I Stand Up”, made it to radio play and you can see the enthusiasm throughout every member of the band increase when they get to play their own track. The locals were very familiar with this track as well, making it a highlight of the night.
Bail Money Band played a 40-song setlist that night with two intermissions which gave the crowd plenty of time to enjoy their friends and drinks while catching some excellent country music. “Friends in Low Places” and “Rock’n in the USA” had people singing and dancing even with the end of the night closing in. The band closed out their set that evening with “American Girl”.
Bail Money Band has some shows and festivals coming up this spring and summer. The first festival will be at Country Jam on May 13, 2023, in Blackstone, MA. As long as they bring the level of energy they brought to Worcester, Country Jam attendees are in for a real treat.
About Photographer Lori Hynes
Lori Hynes is a Boston-based concert photographer that also works as a data analyst. She is a mother to two very active boys. When she is not taking her sons to their activities or photographing concerts, Lori enjoys snowboarding and is an avid ice hockey player.