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Come Play The 11th Nashville SongWriters Fest On Music Row

03-05-2013 | Music Events

The 11th Annual Nashville SongWriters Festival is several music happenings in one! Find your place in the mix. Its part live original music festival, part music conference, part networking opportunity and part gathering of old friends held May 30 - June 2, 2013.

The original performances, "Speak With A Pro" Mentoring Sessions and Networking Parties are concurrently running events. Attendees can take in all or parts and play it by ear! Its 3 1/2 days of music of all genres on multiple stages held in the Music Row vicinity of Music City USA, Nashville, TN. This music family reunion represents the past, present and future of songwriting.

The fest is open to novices and professionals. There are no pre qualifications to play or attend. Everyone is encouraged to come as they are. All participants will have the opportunity to share their words or music and find their place in the mix.

While at the fest, writers can also attend the Speak With A Pro Mentoring Sessions on over 18 Industry Topics. Come ask the questions about what you want, when you want Friday thru Sunday, noon to 6PM.

For registered and non performing writers there will be a Writers Area provided by the Fest near the Info Booth. At the display table attendees can deposit their CDs and the fest staff will take inquiries or make sales for participants. Also drop off a copy of your songs in the Fest Drop Box where your materials can be forwarded to others.

Performing and Non performing songwriters, music related business, volunteers and the public wishing to participate in the May 30 - June 2, 2013 activities can visit, Email or call 615-424-1491.

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