30th Annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival – Highlights From Second Night

L to R – Chase Chapman (Regions Bank), Lee Thomas Miller, Lisa Harless (Regions Bank), Wendell Mobley, and Chris DeStefano at the 3rd & Lindsley Late Show, “Songs Meet Symphony” (stage sponsored by Visit Music City) – Photo: Tin Pan South/Lyndsie McClure

The 30th Annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival presented by Regions Bank completed night two of impressive and unforgettable shows last night. Live music and sentiments filled venues and hearts throughout Music City as songwriters shared their hit songs and the stories behind them. Over 400 songwriters are scheduled to perform spanning approximately 90 shows during this year’s Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival running through Saturday, April 2. 

Attendees will have another extraordinary night of music to look forward to tonight. The lineup includes Paul Adelstein, Peter Cincotti, Mark Hudson, Victoria Shaw at 9:00pm -The Lounge at City Winery (stage sponsored by Aloompa), Trey Lewis, Patrick Murphy, and special guest at 6:00pm  – Elliston Place Soda Shop, Brad Clawson, Ben Johnson, Taylor Phillips, and special guest Jordan Rowe at 6:00pm – 3rd & Lindsley (stage sponsored by Visit Music City), and Steve Bogard, Jesse Labelle, Andrew Peebles, Runaway June at 9:00pm at The Station Inn (stage sponsored by Tennessee Entertainment Commission).

Tin Pan South Fast Access passes are nearly sold out, but at-the-door cash admission will be available for individual shows that have not reached venue capacity. For up-to-date lineups, tickets, venues, schedules, and other festival information, download the free Festival App or visit www.tinpansouth.com. Updates can also be found on the Tin Pan South Facebook page, Twitter, and Instagram.

L to R – Josh Dorr, Tigirlilly, and Scott Stepakoff perform at the early show at Cross-Eyed Critters Watering Hole. Photo: Tin Pan South/Savannah Grimm

L to R – Dalton Stanley, Sean Stemaly, Stephen Wilson Jr., Matt Roy, and Jordan Harvey at Elliston Place Soda Shop. Photo: Tin Pan South/Brittni Talley – Click on Image to Download

L to R – Jennifer Turnbow (Co-Director of Tin Pan South), Eric Dodd, Makayla Lynn, Jason Tucker, and Jaime Vernon (Executive Director and Founder – Songs for Sound) – Photo: Tin Pan South/Brittni Talley – Click on Image to Download 

L to R – Lauren Mascitti, Linda Davis, and Lang Scott perform at The Station Inn (stage sponsored by Tennessee Entertainment Commission) during the late show. Photo: Tin Pan South/Brittni Talley – Click Image to Download

L to R – Meg McCree and Ben Chapman perform at 3rd & Lindsley (stage sponsored by Visit Music City) during the early show. Photo: Tin Pan South/ Sydney Zuyus – Click Image to Download

L to R – Chris DeStefano, Lee Thomas Miller, and Wendell Mobley performing in “Songs Meet Symphony” (stage sponsored by Visit Music City) at the late 3rd & Lindsley show- Photo: Tin Pan South/Sydney Zuyus – Click Image to Download


Regions Bank, Southwest Airlines, Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, Ronald Blue Trust, Jack Daniel’s, Ford, NewsChannel 5, Tennessee Entertainment Commission, Musicnotes, Academy of Country Music, Aloompa, Lightning 100, 103.3 Country, 95.5 NASH ICON, Hot 106.7, JACK FM, Mix 92.9, Graduate Hotel, Hutton Hotel, Graffiti Indoor Advertising, Americana Music Association, Maggiano’s, Midtown Printing, Musician’s Corner, Music Row, and Nashville Scene.


Tin Pan South events take place in a variety of Nashville music venues with varying operating procedures such as age restrictions, table minimums, smoking policy, etc., which Tin Pan South respects and will observe during the festival. Some of our partner venues have COVID-related entry restrictions.  The festival will provide information through the official Tin Pan South mobile app, social media, and the website www.tinpansouth.com.


Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival, established in 1993 by NSAI, is the largest songwriter’s festival in the world. It offers audiences a platform to discover rising songwriters and watch songwriting legends in their element. Every genre is well represented; some of the artists who have graced the stage in the past include Art Garfunkel, Carole King, Donna Summer, Josh Osborne, Lamont Dozier, Lori McKenna, RaeLynn, and Thomas Rhett. More information can be found here.


Established in 1967, the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) is the world’s largest not-for-profit songwriters trade organization and has a membership of more than 5,000 spanning the United States and eight (8) foreign countries. Consisting of a body of creative minds, including songwriters from all genres of music, professional and amateur, for over 53 years, NSAI has been committed to protecting the rights and future of the profession of songwriting, as well as carrying a commitment to educate, elevate and celebrate the songwriter, acting as a unifying force within the music community and the community at large. More information can be found here.


Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE:RF), with $156 billion in assets, is a member of the S&P 500 Index and is one of the nation’s largest full-service providers of consumer and commercial banking, wealth management, and mortgage products and services. Regions serves customers across the South, Midwest, and Texas, and through its subsidiary, Regions Bank, operates more than 1,300 banking offices and approximately 2,000 ATMs. Regions Bank is an Equal Housing Lender and Member FDIC. More information about Regions and its full line of products and services can be here.

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