**DISCLAIMER: Some shows contain moderate adult language and behaviors such as smoking. Shows may not be suitable for all ages.

Saturday at a glance


 Tonight marks the final night of Tin Pan South, thanks for tuning in all week with us! Saturday kicks off at 6 p.m. Central with a LIVE Happy Hour with Jack Daniel's and Ernest, and then festival performances premiere at 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Facebook!

**DISCLAIMER: Some shows contain moderate adult language and behaviors such as smoking. Shows may not be suitable for all ages.


SESAC Show / 7pm


Liz Rose Music / 7pm


Warner / Chappell 7pm


Reervoir Show / 7pm


Old Dominion Show / 8pm


BMI Show / 8pm


busbee / 8pm


Sony ATV / 8pm



  All shows will premiere on Facebook via the links above at 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Central, or you can access the full playlist here!


6:00 PM


Jack Daniel's Happy Hour


7:00 PM

Nashville - Jimmie Allen, Laura Veltz Cruz, Rob Hatch, L

SESAC has seriously taken their "Best Shot" with this show! Jimmie Allen, who penned and made the song famous, will surely also play his newest hit "Make Me Want To" alongside his "Best Shot" co-writer Josh London. Allison Veltz Cruz will be toting her recently-named NSAI '10 Song I Wish I'd Written' "Prayed For You" along for the ride and Rob Hatch will keep the hits coming round after round with chart-toppers like "Goodnight Kiss," "I Don't Dance" and "If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away."


Nashville - Phil Barton, Seth Ennis, Liz Rose

This show will definitely be the “Talk Of The Town” with this lineup. Get “Back In The Game” with Phil Barton as he joins Seth Ennis singing his eclectic brand of country music influenced by Vince Gill, R&B, and pop-punk: an interesting mix indeed. This round wouldn’t be what it is without Liz Rose herself. A two-time Grammy winner, Rose has written for everybody from Taylor Swift to Carrie Underwood. If we’re lucky we’ll hear “Girl Crush” straight from the source!


Nashville - Robyn Collins, Summer Overstreet, Caroline Watkins

This show features female power-houses from Warner Chappell. Robyn Collins takes the stage to perform her Josh Gracin co-write with Jordan Reynolds “Nothin' Like Us” that has taken Spotify by storm. Joining her is artist/songwriter Summer Overstreet, a talented songwriter from an equally musically talented family, and Caroline Watkins, an up-and-coming writer who’ll perform her songs “Drunk Girls In Bathrooms” and “Nothing To See Here”.


Nashville - Josh Mirenda, Jake Mitchell, Southerland

We've drained the RESERVOIR of talent into this hit-filled show. Newly signed to a record deal, Josh Mirenda is currently working on songs for his album, which you'll get a sneak peak of before you hit a sunnier locale with him "Somewhere On A Beach." Jake Mitchell has a lot going on this year as well with his songs "One Beer" and "Some Girls" both climbing the charts and making waves. They are joined by duo Southerland who will knock your socks off with their harmonies on some catchy pop country songs that will surely be on repeat in your playlist after this show.


8:00 PM

Nashville - Ashland Craft, Rob Snyder, Channing Wilson

BMI is bringing a Nashville Tuesday night staple - Revival - to Tin Pan South's Nashville-centric Saturday night and this is one Luke Combs would definitely get behind. Each performer in this lineup has something different to bring to the table. Rob Snyder and Channing Wilson’s “She Got the Best of Me” will charm the crowd alongside Ashland Craft, a former Top 10 contestant on The Voice who has evolved her sound to a country-rock blend fit for the stage.


Nashville - Josh Osborne, Shane McAnally, Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen

What a treat to have music back at the Bluebird Cafe if only via stream! And what a show this is in the legendary club. Josh Osborne has been on quite a role in the last few years with no shortage of smash singles to his name including "Body Like A Backroad" (Sam Hunt), "Drinkin' Problem" (Midland), "John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16" (Keith Urban) and more. He shares a Grammy with round-made Shane McAnally for "Merry Go Round" and the two have collaborated on a bunch of your favorite songs. When McAnally isn't busy producing talent on Songland, he's writing award-winners like "American Kids" (Kenny Chesney), "Take Your Time" (Sam Hunt) and "One Night Standards" (Ashley McBryde). The two frequently collaborate with the duo rounding out our show for songs for Old Dominion, of which Matthew Ramsey and Trevor Rosen are members. They are both credited with your favorite OD hits like "Hotel Key," "Written In The Sand" and "One Man Band" for which the two recently won ACM Song of the Year with co-writers Osborne and Brad Tursi. Come for hits, stay for the hits!


Nashville - Chris DeStefano, Emily Weisband

SonyATV brought out the big guns for this show and the hits abound.  If you haven’t yet checked out Emily Weisband’s new single “Dumber,” do yourself a favor.  While she has already made waves as a songwriter with songs like “Consequences” (Camila Cabello) to her name, she’s about to do the same and more as an artist.  She’s in fitting company on this show with wave-maker himself Chris DeStefano, who you’ll recognize from Carrie Underwood’s “Something In The Water” and Dan + Shay’s “Nothin’ Like You.” He’s a triple threat as songwriter/producer/musician and he always brings awe-inspiring vocals to a show.



Nashville - Ryan Griffin, Carly Pearce, Riley Roth, Emily Shackelton

because of busbee
This round is a result of everything the legendary songwriter busbee stood for and believed in, from the songs to the people. Singing with busbee early in her career, Riley Roth possesses an intricate ability to command a stage with her dedication and passion. busbee both produced and co-wrote Carly Pearce’s smash #1 hit “Every Little Thing”. They'll be joined by Ryan Griffin and Emily Shackelton, both of whom join Riley and Carly as signed writers at busbee's publishing company, Altadena. One thing’s for certain tonight, busbee would be proud.


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