Tin Pan South Night Three Features Bob DiPiero, Jeffrey Steele, Fred Wilhelm, Bobby Tomberlin, Dallas Davidson

Pictured: Mo Pitney, Bobby Tomberlin. Photo: Tin Pan South

Tin Pan South held its third night of shows Thursday night (March 28) across Nashville. As usual, there were plenty of options for attendees. There was also a special screening of the film It All Begins With A Song: The Story Of The Nashville Songwriter was offered in the afternoon at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Brad Clawson. Photo: Tin Pan South

The 6 p.m. slot had options from Songs From The Tape Room featuring Brad Clawson, Ben Johnson, Conner Smith and special guests at The Local to Jason Blaine, Phillip Lammonds, Wil Nance, Mo Pitney and Bobby Tomberlin at The Station Inn. Daves Barnes, Sam DeRosa, Audra Mae, Jordan Reynolds and Asia Whiteacre occupied 3rd & Lindsley, while Shy Carter, Abbey Cone, Bryan Simpson played at Analog at the Hutton Hotel.

Trea Landon, Dallas Davidson. Photo: Tin Pan South

The 9 p.m. show had several hot tickets. Dallas Davidson, Kyle Fishman, Trea Landon, Josh Mirenda and Justin Wilson played their hits over at the Listening Room. At Douglas Corner Cafe, Fred Wilhelm, Adam Doleac, Aaron Espe and Emily Reid played a show called “Hits You Know & Hits You Haven’t Heard Yet.”

Pictured: Blake Griffith, Jeffrey Steele, Adam James, Bob DiPiero, Stephen Wilson Jr. Photo: Instagram/Jeffrey Steele

Tin Pan South favorites Bob DiPiero and Jeffrey Steele led a round at the TRUE Music Room and Bar, with Blake Griffith, Adam James and a few guests. As always, the round was a hilarious jam session between the two songwriting giants and the two newcomers.

They played a medley of their hits, like “Gone” (Montgomery Gentry), DiPiero’s “Southern Voice” (Tim McGraw),”American Made” (Oak Ridge Boys), and “The Church on Cumberland Road” (Shenandoah), and Steele’s “Speed” (Montgomery Gentry), “International Harvester” (Craig Morgan), and Rascal Flatt’s “These Days” and “What Hurts The Most.”

Bob DiPiero. Photo: Tin Pan South

Stephen Wilson Jr. was a special guest stand out, playing a nostalgic, slightly dark original “Year To Be Young (1994), inspired by his upbringing in the corn fields of Indiana. Wilson Jr. was incredibly talented, and his voice and musicianship held its own against the country music heavyweights.

Pictured: Jason Blaine, Wil Nance. Photo: Tin Pan South

Jeffrey Steele. Photo: Tin Pan South

Pictured: Phillip Lammonds, Mo Pitney. Photo: Tin Pan South

Dave Barnes. Photo: Tin Pan South

Keith Stegall. Photo: Tin Pan South

Craig Campbell. Photo: Tin Pan South

Sam DeRosa. Photo: Tin Pan South

Jim Lauderdale. Photo: Tin Pan South

 

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