The Nashville Number System
for Singers

You may have heard of the Nashville Number System, which is a system of notation that uses numbers instead of lettered chord symbols that’s employed on 95% of the recording sessions that happen in Nashville.

One of the primary reasons numbers are used here is ease of transpose-ability (not to “accommodate moody singers” like one guy said. #jerk).

Players can use the same chart for a song regardless of the key.

Sound pretty cool? It is, and it can be used by singers and instrumentalists alike.

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