Tin Pan South Moves Into High Gear

Tin Pan South, America’s largest music festival dedicated to songs and songwriters, begins occupying Nashville’s nightclubs Tuesday (March 30). Running through Saturday (April 3), the festival features more than 70 shows at venues throughout the city. Among the scores of performers are Bill Anderson, Jessica Andrews, Scotty Emerick, Radney Foster, Jennifer Hanson, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Hal Ketchum, Kenny Loggins, Raul Malo, Kathy Mattea, Mark McGuinn, David Lee Murphy, Kim Richey, Pam Tillis and Darryl Worley. Additionally, more than 300 aspiring songwriters will attend a two-day symposium presented by the Nashville Songwriters Association International.