Tin Pan South welcomed dozens of songwriters and hundreds of listeners to venues across Nashville on Thurs., April 7.
The SESAC early show at Hard Rock Café was wall-to-wall fans, but there was complete silence when Craig Campbell sang his newest single, “The Outskirts of Heaven.” Round partners Steve Bogard, Rob Hatch and Lance Miller were visibly moved by the song.
Alex Hall, Jennifer Hanson, Mark Nesler and Jenn Schott captivated the Blue Bar early show. Meanwhile, story after story preceded hit after hit at the Station Inn with Buzz Cason, Wayland Holyfield and Dickey Lee. Gordon Kennedy, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Phil Madeira and Amy Stroup swapped songs at the Bluebird Cafe.
Award-winning songwriters Luke Laird, Barry Dean, Natalie Hemby and Lori McKenna took part in a round at The Listening Room. Surprise guests included Maggie Chapman, Native Run and Steve Moakler.
Former duo partners Bekka Bramlett and Billy Burnette were joined by Bruce Gaitsch and Dennis Morgan at the Douglas Corner late show, and Dylan Altman, Marshall Altman, Brice Long and Terry McBride drew a packed crowd to Whiskey Rhythm. In addition, Charles Esten led a sold-out late show at The Country with Sarah Siskind, The Stellas and Fred Wilhelm.
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