If you ever make a trip to Nashville, one of the things you must do is go see all the famous gravesites.

I know that sounds a little morbid, but let me put it another way. If you are a country music fan like I am, let me say I went and visited them out of respect and thanks for all they did for country music. Nashville is the home of country music and there are many things to do and see while in music city. You can go to the Country Music Hall Of Fame, visit the Ryman Auditorium, visit the famous bars on Broadway, and, of course, take in a show at the Grand Ole Opry.

I have been to Nashville twice in my life and both times my wife and I took an afternoon to go to two graveyards in the area where a majority of country music legends are now laid to rest, including artists like George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Paycheck, Jerry Reed, Keith Whitley, Marty Robbins, Dan Seals, and even Lynn Anderson, who lived in Lake Charles for a spell.

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