Tin Pan South Songwriter Festival

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Country and Region United StatesTennessee
Type of Festival Music
Location of Festival Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Festival Contact Information

Erika Wollam Nichols, Co-Festival Director
Email: erika@nashvillesongwriters.com
Jennifer Purdon Turnbow, Festival Co-Director
Email: jennifer@nashvillesongwriters.com

Festival Description

The annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival to be held each year during March/April in Nashville. Produced by NSAI, the world’s largest all-songwriter festival features both seasoned pros and fresh faces performing their past, present and future hits each night in some of Music City’s best listening rooms. You can experience the full flavor of the festival by purchasing a Tin Pan South Fast Access Pass, which provides the biggest bang for your buck and lets you club hop with preferred admission. Passes are available at http://www.tinpansouth.com/tickets.html as long as supplies last. Proceeds from the festival support the Nashville Songwriters Association International. See you then!

Festival Dates April 2 - 6, 2013
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Festival Story:

Since 1992 the Tin Pan South Songwriter Festival has featured an outstanding lineup of established and aspiring songwriters. The performances take place at multiple venues in Nashville were performances and impromptu collaborations among the artists take place. The festival is considered the largest all songwriter festival of its kind in the US.


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  • In order of appearance
    • At the Listening Room Cafe: (l. to r.) Victoria Shaw, Mark Hudson, Gary Burr, Billy Mann
    • Bluebird Cafe: (clockwise) Janis Ian (with her back to camera), Tony Arata, Thom Schuyler and J. Fred Knobloch
    • At the Hard Rock Cafe: (l. to r.) Jonathan Cain (from Journey, at keyboard), Gary Morris (with acoustic guitar), Jason Scheff (at keyboard)


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