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Music City Celebrates 20th Tin Pan South

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On Monday night, performers and organizers got a head start celebrating at the Tin Pan South kick off party at Regions Bank. On Monday night, performers and organizers got a head start celebrating at the Tin Pan South kick off party at Regions Bank.
80's Pop Star Tiffany 80's Pop Star Tiffany

NASHVILLE, Tenn.-  Tuesday marks the 20th anniversary of a Music City tradition, Tin Pan South and thousands of fans are gearing up for the big event.

More than 350 songwriters are coming together to perform 90 shows throughout Nashville for the world's largest songwriters festival. Festival sponsor Region's Bank held a kick-off celebration.

The pop star, Tiffany, was there ready to showcase some of her new music in a more personal setting.

"Well I love the intimate venues, because you know, people shout-out requests, or you never know what's going to happen.  It keeps you on your toes.  And sometimes you can see everyone's eyes. It's a little intimidating, but for what I'm doing right now, new music out, doing it acoustically it really has to have those small rooms," said Tiffany.

For more information on Tin Pan South, click here.

 

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