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Songwriters Play At Sneak Preview Of Tin Pan South


NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Over 9,000 fans swarmed Music City last year for the annual Tin Pan South Songwriter's Festival, and organizers expect it to be the same again this year.

On Tuesday night, NewsChannel 5 got a sneak preview of the show at the Rutledge. Steve Wariner is just one of the more than 350 songwriters that will perform at this year's festival.

The five day event will span nine venues across Nashville, some of which include The Bluebird Cafe and the Hard Rock Cafe.

It's not just fellow songwriters that attend Tin Pan South. It's also fans who just love the music.

"They're here just to enjoy it and hear these wonderful songs and stories of where these songs came from," said Wariner. "And a lot of people like to kinda peek behind that curtain so to speak and see the writer not necessarily the artist who did that song but the writer that created it."

Tin Pan South is set for March 29 through April 2. If you want tickets, go to

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