Kelsey Grady • March 27, 2015 •
Songwriters including Will Hoge, Brandon Lay, and Pat Alger performed at Nashville’s Hard Rock Cafe Wednesday evening as part of the CMA Presents Show.
Last night, Creative Nation played a sold out round at Nashville’s The Listening Room Cafe for Tin Pan South. The evening included music from hitmakers Luke Laird, Barry Dean and Natalie Hemby as well as Creative Nation artists, Steve Moakler and Maggie Chapman.
Nashville’s famed Hard Rock Café was
the setting for SESAC’s annual Tin Pan South 2015 Showcase. Boasting an
incredible lineup, songwriters Hillary Scott (“Need You Now”), Rob Hatch (“I Don’t Dance”), Larry McCoy (“Make Me Wanna”) and Lance Miller (“Drink To That All Night”) delivered a rousing night of hits and emotional performances for the capacity crowd.
James Otto performed at The Listening Room cafe on Tuesday as
part of the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival. He played his new
single “Somewhere Tonight” along with other classics such as “In
The Station Inn hosted performances from Vince Gill, Leslie Satcher, Bobby Tomberlin, and Bill Anderson Thursday night.
Sarah Buxton, Dave Berg, Jordan Lawhead, and Marc Beeson performed Thursday evening at Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe.