Tin Pan South Kicks Off

Tin Pan South, a five-day festival showcasing the top songwriters on Music Row, kicks off April 1 in Nashville.

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More than 350 writers, including Rodney Crowell, Sarah Buxton and Bryan White, will perform their hits at nine different Music City venues. Tin Pan South, presented by the NSAI, runs through Saturday night, April 5. A limited number of $75 fast access passes, good for all five days, has been released through the festival’s website, tinpansouth.com, though fans are encouraged to check the site for availability. Tickets to individual shows will be available at the door of each venue. For more information and the complete event schedule, call (615) 256-3354 or go to tinpansouth.com.

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