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Every year, Music City is treated to something really special-music of the very original kind- performed by the ingenious folk who write the best and often big hit songs. This year, on the occasion of Tin Pan South’s 15th Anniversary, the songs are going to be more moving, raucous, or well-known than ever before. Imagine this: Kix Brooks of Brooks & Dunn performing “Red Dirt Road”, Brett James performing “Jesus Take the Wheel”, John Rich performing Big & Rich’s hit “Save a Horse/ Ride a Cowboy”, and Craig Wiseman performing his rendition of Kenny Chesney’s hit “The Good Stuff”. And that is just the beginning!

The annual Tin Pan South 5-day Festival begins on Tuesday, March 27 and ends on Saturday, March 31, 2007. It’s brought to us by NSAI, Nashville’s pioneer songwriters’ advocacy organization. Established in 1967, the Nashville Songwriters Association International is the world’s largest not-for-profit trade organization dedicated to serving songwriters of all genres of music. As they say at NSAI, “It’s All About The Song.

This year’s event is all about diversity, bringing famed tunesmiths from award-winning Broadway Composers to Folk Troubadoures, Rock Chart Toppers to Buzz-Worthy “Ones to Watch” to Nashville. In fact, this year’s Tin Pan South will feature over 250 performers showcasing at 74 club shows over 5 nights of music. Wow!

Look for some very famous faces and even more very famous songs here. How about Vertical Horizon’s Matt Scannell, John Rich, Rodney Crowell, Doctor John, Kenny Loggins, Bon Jovi’s RICHIE SAMBORA, Michelle Shocked, and so many more. Remember “When I Get to Where I’m Going”-(Brad Paisley & Dolly Parton), “One More Last Chance”-(Vince Gill), “How Do You Like Me Now”-(Toby Keith)? Well, Rivers Rutherford, Gary Nicholson, and Chuck Cannon, the guys who wrote those songs will be performing them here!

Although “Fast Access” Club Show Passes are already sold out, individual show tickets are still available. So don’t wait too long-because all of these amazing shows are sure to be (the dreaded) Sold Out before too long.

Visit for the Tin Pan South show schedule and ticketing information / Issue 66 - September 2018
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