Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery
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Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery is located at 660 Thompson Lane in Nashville, Tennessee. It is one of the largest cemeteries in Nashville.
Among those interred or entombed in the cemetery, there are many prominent members of the country music genre and their families.
Note: This is a partial list.
Use the following alphabetical links to find someone.
- Joe Allison (1924–2002), songwriter
- Liz Anderson (1927–2011), country music singer, songwriter, and mother to country musician Lynn Anderson.
- Lynn Anderson (1947–2015), Country music singer
- Eddy Arnold (1918-2008), Country Music Singer, Recording Executive, Producer and Country Music Hall of Fame Member
- Ernie Ashworth (1928-2009), country music singer, Grand Ole Opry member
- Rob Bironas (1978–2014), professional football player/Placekicker for the Tennessee Titans
- Otis Blackwell (1931–2002), Songwriters Hall of Fame member
- Owen Bradley (1915–1998), record producer, Country Music Hall of Fame member, Academy Award nominee
- Jim Ed Brown (1934–2015), Country Music Hall of Fame singer
- Boudleaux Bryant (1920–1987), Country Music Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame member
- Felice Bryant (1925–2003), Country Music Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame member
- Billy Collins (1963–1984), Boxer
- Elringo De’Angelino (1934–2009) Well known Nashville street musician for over 20 years, better known as Velvet Thunder.
- Little Jimmy Dickens (1920–2015), Country Music Hall of Fame singer
- Kerby Farrell (1913–1975), Major League Baseball Player, Manager Boston Braves, Chicago White Sox
- Red Foley (1910–1968), Country Music Hall of Fame singer
- Benton Cordell Goodpasture (1895–1977), Churches of Christ minister, editor of the Gospel Advocate
- Dobie Gray (1940–2011), American singer and songwriter
- Vernon Holland (1948–1998), Professional football player Cincinnati Bengals, New York Giants and Detroit Lions
- Tommy Jackson (1926–1979), Musician, Considered by many in the country music industry to be the first great Nashville session fiddler
- George Jones (1931–2013), Country Music Hall of Fame Singer
- Rayburn Leo Knight
- Claudette Frady-Orbison (1941–1966), wife of legendary singer Roy Orbison. She died when her motorcycle was hit by a truck. She is buried with her two young boys, Roy Dewayne Orbison (1958–1968) and Anthony King Orbison (1962–1968), who died together in a house fire
- Johnny Paycheck (1938–2003), country singer
- Lynn Peterzell (1955–1994), noted audio engineer
- Webb Pierce (1921–1991), Country Music Hall of Fame singer
- Dottie Rambo (1934–2008), Gospel singer and songwriter. Named songwriter of the century in the early 90's, Grammy and Dove winner, Gospel Music Hall of Fame for self and family group The Rambos, Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, composed over 2,500 songs
- Marty Robbins (1925–1982), Country Music Hall of Fame singer
- Jerry Reed (1937–2008), Country music singer and Actor
- Dan Seals (1948–2009), 80's country singer, of 70's pop/rock duo England Dan & John Ford Coley
- Red Sovine (1917–1980), country singer
- Brock Speer (1920–1999), gospel music singer
- Mel Street (1933–1978), country singer
- JD Sumner (1924–1998), singer, Elvis' backup
- Van Stephenson (1953–2001), Country singer, songwriter. He was a member of Blackhawk
- Gordon Stoker (1924–2013), singer The Jordanaires
- Porter Wagoner (1927–2007), Country Music Hall of Fame singer
- Tammy Wynette (1942–1998), Country Music Hall of Fame singer