25th Annual Tin Pan South Announces Performers, Schedule

Organizers of The 25th Annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival Presented by Regions Bank have announced more than 100 shows and more than 400 writers for the event, which will be held March 28-April 1, 2017 at 10 music venues throughout Nashville.

Brothers Osborne will entertain at 3rd & Lindsley, and Nashville television show stars Charles Esten, Sam Palladio and Clare Bowen will appear at the Hard Rock Cafe and The Listening Room Cafe, respectively.

In celebration of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s 50th anniversary, April 1 will host an 11:30 a.m. performance from Sonny Curtis before a round with Buzz Cason, Dickey LeeDallas Frazier and Dan Penn at 2 p.m. Tin Pan Fast Access pass holders will be admitted for free to the hall for the day. That evening, 3rd & Lindsley will host two hall-sponsored rounds, one with Mark D. Sanders, Matraca Berg, Bobby Braddock and Roger Cook and another with Al Anderson, Tom Douglas, Roger Murrah and Gretchen Peters.

Keb’ Mo’ will bring his unique Blues style to The Country, and Jim Peterik returns to perform at Whiskey Rhythm. Brandon Heath and former Sixpence None The Richer lead singer Leigh Nash will also return as performers to Tin Pan South. After a two-year absence, Kara DioGuardi is set to perform.

Jake Owen, Craig Campbell, Maddie & Tae, Danielle Bradbery, Mo Pitney, Kristian Bush, Love and Theft, Mickey Guyton, Luke Combs and others will hit various stages, while Larry Gatlin, Lee Roy Parnell and Mac Davis will tell stories behind their biggest hits.

Fast Access Passes are sold out for 2017, but cover prices will be collected at the door if space allows additional festival-goers. Reservations are highly encouraged for those Fast Access ticket holders for any show at The Bluebird Cafe.

For a full schedule, visit tinpansouth.com.

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