The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) has announced the 2015 lineup for Tin Pan South, their annual songwriters' festival. Many of music's biggest songwriting names will be descending upon Nashville for the week of non-stop music.

Tin Pan South 2015, scheduled for March 24-28, will feature several well-known artists, as well as some of the biggest tunesmiths of the past few decades. Brandy Clark, Hillary Scott, RaeLynn, Bill Anderson, Nashville's Sam Palladio, John Oates, Angaleena Presley, Charlie Worsham, Kara DioGuardi, Chuck Wicks, Vince Gill and Shane McAnally are just a few of the more than 330 songwriters who will perform during the festival.

Tin Pan South remains the largest all-songwriter festival in the world. The event, now in its 23rd year, invites songwriters of all genres to perform across Music City. Hosted by NSAI, Tin Pan South celebrates the songs -- and the stories and talented writers behind them.

“There is an influx of songwriters from all over the world here this week who want to be a part of our songwriting community,” regular Tin Pan South performer Steve Bogard says. “The Nashville Songwriters Association spends all year educating and lobbying, so this is the week we can celebrate the songwriter. It’s a spectacular week.”

Venues for the event include Hard Rock Cafe, Douglas Corner, 3rd and Lindsley, Station Inn, the ltenin Room and the historic Bluebird Cafe.

Fast Access Passes for Tin Pan South 2015 have already sold out. A complete schedule, with a list of performers and venue information, is available on the Tin Pan South website

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