Some of Nashville’s top songwriters serenaded sold-out crowds at Tin Pan South shows at 10 different venues across Nashville on Friday night (April 8).
The “One Stop Shop for Nashville Pop” show at the Blue Bar featured Sammy Arriaga, Tyler Filmore, Sebastian Garcia and Steve Means. Kip Moore, Brett James, Caitlyn Smith and Justin Weaver delighted a packed Bluebird Café late show, and the same could be said for the late show at The Country with Kim McLean, Alyssa Micaela, Liz Rose and Emily Shackelton.
The line to see Naima Adedapo, Cassidy Lynn Alexander, Whitney Duncan, Clay Mills, Anthony Smith and special guests at the Commodore Grille early show was cut off before showtime due to an overflow crowd. Ella Mae Bowen, Marcus Hummon, Autumn McEntire, Chris Roberts and Scott Stevens packed the Douglas Corner early show, as did Tommy Lee James, Ryan Lafferty, Jon Randall and others at the Station Inn late show.
Meanwhile, the lineup at 3rd & Lindsley included Bobby Bones, Chris DeStefano, Ashley Gorley, Travis Meadows, Lee Thomas Miller and Angaleena Presley, among others.
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