Songwriters, media, music industry, fans and more packed the Tin Pan South Preview Party at The Rutledge in Nashville this week to hear some wonderful music and learn more about this year’s Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival presented by Regions Bank. Nashville Mayor Karl Dean kicked things off before Marshall Chapman, Marty Dodson, Sandra McCracken and Steve Wariner—all of whom will be performing at the Festival—each performed a song.
“Nashville is literally off the charts in terms of being a creative city in North America, and it’s all owed to songwriters, musicians…it’s awe-inspiring, and it is what makes our city so unique and so special,” said Mayor Dean.
The 19th annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival will host over 350 songwriters performing over 80 shows at nine Nashville venues from March 29 – April 2. Each year, Tin Pan South donates proceeds from one show to a specific charity, and this year the Eating Disorders Coalition of Tennessee will be the beneficiary of the early show starring Dave Berg, Sarah Buxton, Jedd Hughes and Eric Paslay at the Hard Rock Cafe on March 29 at 6:00 p.m. The festival schedule with a complete list of venues, addresses, performers and ticket prices is available at TinPanSouth.com.
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