Tin Pan South Songwriter's Festival in Nashville Tn is a rite of spring for us here in Music City. Today is the beginning of a five-day festival that displays the finest songwriters that Nashville has to offer in small venues around town. It is another of the many fine amenities that make it such an enlivening experience to live in this part of Tennessee.
Artists of a diverse line-up include Trace Adkins, Bo Rice, Journey's Jonathan Cain and Kathy Mattea. But let's don't leave out Lee Roy Parnell, Chris Stapleton, James Otto, Will Kimbrough, Chris Scruggs, Tommy Womack, or Hugh Prestwood, to name a few, whew! See what I mean?
Buzz Cason is another writer that has been writing for awhile, and Cason is perhaps best known for his publishing endeavors, but his own compositions have been recorded by The Beatles, U2, Mel Tillis, Martina McBride and plenty of others.
There are more than 300 songwriters at 70-plus shows at eight Nashville venues.
And here they are: The Bluebird Cafe, Douglas Corner Cafe, Edgehill Studios Cafe, Hard Rock Cafe, The Listening Room Cafe, The Rutledge Live Music Venue, The Station Inn and 3rd & Lindsley.
Here's a link for the line-up: http://tinyurl.com/ybr7efs
Now, you have to asking yourself, what does this have to do with Crieve Hall in south Nashville? Why we are only 10 minutes from each of these venues- another reason that Crieve Hall is the place to buy a house this spring in Music City, USA!