The Nashville Songwriters Association International’s 23rd Annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival is shaping up to be one of its most star-studded lineups to date. Brandy Clark, Vince Gill, CCM artist Brandon Heath, Third Day lead singer/country singer Mac Powell, Will Hoge, Nashville star Sam Palladio, Chris Janson, James Otto, RaeLynn, and Charlie Worsham are just a few of the artists slated to showcase their song talents for attendees when Tin Pan South descends on Nashville March 24-28.
For many, it’s a chance to hear stripped down versions of hit songs, and a place where songcrafters tell the stories behind the creation of many of their hit songs. Some listeners just might hear an unreleased, future hit song or two. For songwriters, it’s a chance for unique performance collaborations with fellow artists and writers.
Tin Pan South lists more than 350 hit songwriters that will perform in numerous venues around Music City. A sampling of those writers includes Hillary Scott, Craig Campbell, Rodney Clawson, Joel Crouse, Chris DeStefano, Josh Dorr, Tom Douglas, Ben Glover, Ashley Gorley, JT Harding, Natalie Hemby, Brett James, Luke Laird, Shane McAnally, Lori McKenna, Georgia Middleman, Lee Thomas Miller, Jon Nite, Josh Osborne, Angaleena Presley, Jimmy Robbins, Liz Rose, Victoria Shaw, Caitlyn Smith, and more.
The event’s popularity continues to grow, with all fast access club passes are already sold out. Tin Pan South may still attend shows individually and pay at the door. Without a Fast Access Pass, festival admission is on a show-by-show, cash-at-the-door basis.
The first Tin Pan South was hosted by the Nashville Songwriters Association International in 1992. NSAI formed in October 1967, when 42 songwriters gathered to form the organization to be an advocate for fellow songwriters.
This year’s Tin Pan South is presented by Regions Bank.
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