The 31st edition of Tin Pan South came to a close this weekend, with shows taking place across Nashville on Friday (March 31) and Saturday (April 1). This year’s festival featured over 400 songwriters in a variety of genres performing in nearly 100 rounds.
On Friday, 3rd & Lindsley patrons were treated to music from Tony Arata, Marv Green, J.T. Harding and Ryan Larkins at the early show before handing things off to Monty Criswell, Brett James, Kelley Lovelace and Bobby Pinson for the late show.
Emily Falvey, Josh Jenkins and Brandon Ratcliff played The Bluebird Cafe before Emily Landis, Austin Nivarel, James T. Slater and Logan Wall took the stage. Andy Albert, Tofer Brown, Lauren Hungate and Justin Wilson performed at The Listening Room before Cary Barlowe, Corey Crowder and Chris LaCorte closed out the venue. Tyler Dial, David Hodges, Ricky Manning, Steve Solomon and Dan Swank closed out The Vinyl Lounge.
Other songwriters that performed on Friday included Lewis Brice, Dylan Marlowe, John Morgan, Levi Hummon, Marcus Hummon, Summer Overstreet, Sophia Scott and many more.
On Saturday, Mitchell Tenpenny, Riley Thomas, Michael Whitworth and Dallas Wilson kicked things off at 3rd & Lindsley before Jeffrey Steele brought out his friends to the venue.
Jim Collins, Matt McKinney and Rivers Rutherford played the Analog room at the Hutton Hotel. David Fanning, Jon Green, Jake Mitchell and Charlotte Sands closed out the Cross-Eyed Critters Watering Hole. Chris DeStefano, Emily Shackelton, Eric Van Houten played The Listening Room. Jessi Alexander and Chase McGill closed out Live Oak.
Other songwriters that played rounds on Saturday include Abby Anderson, Melissa Fuller, Jillian Jacqueline, Kevin Kadish, Gabe Broussard, Preston James, Ava Suppelsa, Dan Wilson and more.
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