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Published: 3/27/2015

SESAC Hosts Riveting Tin Pan South Showcase

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.

Tin Pan South is the world's largest songwriter festival. Sponsored by Regions Bank, the event features more than 360 songwriters, with acts performing at 92 shows in 10 different Music City venues over the course of five days. Dedicated to songs and those that write them, Tin Pan South is an annual Music City event that offers fans a unique, up-close-and-personal experience with the music they love. The music is spread out across the city with showcases each night at various venues.

Region Bank’s Brian O’Meara, Larry McCoy, Hillary Scott, SESAC’s Tim Fink, Rob Hatch, SESAC’s Shannan Hatch and Lance Miller.

McCoy, Scott, Hatch and Miller start the show.

Hillary Scott thrills the crowd with her No.1 hit with Lady Antebellum, “Bartender.”

Lance Miller entertains the packed audience.

Larry McCoy showcases his guitar prowess.

Rob Hatch performs “I Don’t Dance.”