Songwriters from the worlds of rock and Broadway will be performing alongside some of Nashville's finest country tunesmiths during the Nashville Songwriters Association International's 15th annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival. The festival will take place March 27-31 at clubs throughout Nashville. Among the out-of-towners performing are Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora, Vertical Horizon's Matt Scannell, Guess Who and Bachman Turner Overdrive founder Randy Bachman and the Tubes' Fee Waybill, along with Richard Marx, Kenny Loggins, Dr. John and Broadway composers Stephen Schwartz (Wicked) and Amanda Green (High Fidelity). The Nashville songwriting community will be represented by a long list that includes Kix Brooks, John Rich, Rodney Crowell, Craig Morgan, Radney Foster, Lee Roy Parnell and Jeffrey Steele. Passes to attend all of the shows are priced at $75.