Homes for rent in Nashville, Tennessee, are frequently in high demand, pursued by those who want to partake in the state's capital city arts, culture and entertainment scene. After all, it is called the Country Music Capital of the World for good reason. The unique and vivid culture of the area is not just confined to the city limits, but rather generously spills into the surrounding suburbs.
Evidence of the region's commitment to music, entertainment and southern culture can be found breathing life into many corners of the map. Many have taken notice of this fact and have been drawn to the suburbs to rent a home in Goodlettsville, Tennessee.
Homes in Goodlettsville are settled into a neighborhood with a unique claim on the area's legendary music scene. This small town of just about 3,000 is home to the Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, a cemetery that includes a special area known as "Music Row." Here, some of Tennessee's and country music's most famous entertainers have been interred, including Jack Anglin, Hawkshaw Hawkins, guitarist Randy Hughes and fiddler Paul Warren.
The history of country music holds a melancholy twang over Music Row, but the lively styles of country are also put to more upbeat use by those who rent Goodlettsville homes. Those with rentals in Goodlettsville are put in festive spirits throughout the year when they attend a full calendar of local events. The events range from a Daddy Daughter Dance in February and Cornhole Tournament in April to the Pumpkin Festival and Yulefest in the fall and winter.
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