Wynonna Judd
American country singer
Wynonna Judd
Wynonna Ellen Judd is an American country music singer. Her solo albums and singles are all credited to the singular name Wynonna. Wynonna first rose to fame in the 1980s alongside her mother, Naomi, in the country music duo The Judds. The duo released seven albums on Curb Records, in addition to charting 26 singles, of which 14 were number one hits. After The Judds disbanded in 1991, Wynonna began a solo career, also on Curb.
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Wynonna & The Big Noise On Mountain Stage
NPR - 4 months
Hear Wynonna Judd and her band play gutsy blues and sweet country-pop songs from their latest album, Wynonna & The Big Noise, live onstage.
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Wynonna Judd Is Back
Wall Street Journal - about 1 year
The country star returns with her first album in seven years.
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Exclusive premiere: 'Things I Lean On' from 'Wynonna & the Big Noise'
LATimes - about 1 year
Singer Wynonna Judd opens a new chapter in her long career with her forthcoming album “Wynonna & the Big Noise,” her first with a full band of her own, set for release Feb. 12. It’s her first album in seven years, and the first in 13 years consisting of original material, including a track, “Things...
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Jordan Smith Wins 'The Voice' Season 9
Huffington Post - about 1 year
After weeks of competition, "The Voice" has crowned it's Season 9 winner.  Adam Levine nabbed his third win as a coach with his contestant Jordan Smith taking home the coveted title. Smith closed out the night with a stunning rendition of "Climb Every Mountain" as his family took to the stage to celebrate his win.  Wow! Congrats to @JordanSmithLive on winning #TheVoice Season 9. #VoiceFinale — Adam Levine (@adamlevine) December 16, 2015   Blake Shelton's finalists Emily Ann Roberts and Barrett Baber placed second and third, respectively, with Gwen Stefani's Jeffery Austin landing at fourth place. This season was one of the best, not only because of the amazing talent, but because viewers got to watch Shelton and Stefani's romance blossom before their very eyes. So cute, right? The finale episode featured amazing performances by Coldplay, Ricky Skaggs, Missy Elliott and Pharrell, Usher, Sam Hunt, Tori Kelly, Wynonna Judd, The Weeknd and Justin Bieber.  ...
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CNN iReport - almost 2 years
Nina and Nala's Story My husband and I were newlyweds when we decided to get a cat of our own. We got Nala when she was six weeks old. We watched her grow from day one and were already attached to her when we picked her up. A couple of weeks later we decided to get her a playmate who we named Nina. They quickly became best friends. They slept together, ate together, bathed each other, watched birds out the window together....they were inseperable. Nala was very playful and scratched everything in our house. We decided to get her and Nina declawed since they were strictly indoor cats. We dropped them off at the vet's office for the surgery. About three hours later we found a message on our answering machine from the doctor for us to call her. My husband quickly returned her call and I could tell by his voice that something was wrong. He got off the phone and told me the heartbreaking news...Nala had had a reaction to the pain medication they used in the declawing procedure and had di ...
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Wynonna Judd talks about horrific crash that took husband's leg
LATimes - about 3 years
Wynonna Judd on Tuesday shared what it's like when a loved one -- in this case her then-newlywed husband Michael "Cactus" Moser -- has a serious brush with death.
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Wynonna talks husband’s recovery, the importance of family
Fox News - over 3 years
Country superstar Wynonna Judd recently began an unexpected new endeavor—designing shoes!
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What I Learned From Legendary Country Star, Wynonna Judd
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Approaching my final semester of college, I can say I've made a step forward in recognizing a glimpse of my life calling. But despite this realization, my life calling didn't arrive in my mailbox during move-in day. During the first two weeks of my freshman year, I was a Biology major walking up and down Music Row, handing out portfolio packets door-to-door. (This popular alibi is familiar among Nashvillians, but funny enough I am not a musician.) Clearly I was over-zealous about succeeding the potential of the average 18-year-old, and since then I've changed my major to match my ambitions. Upon declaring a Mass Communications degree, I also filled my schedule with a vast amount of campus involvement. Sadly, I never registered for Stress Management 101, (although I would highly encourage this if you consider yourself an overachiever) but I quickly learned how to do well in few areas rather than performing "ok" with several responsibilities. Looking back, each decision led me to anoth ...
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Win A Cruise With Country Music's Biggest Stars And Help Support Diabetes Research Institute
Yahoo News - over 3 years
MIAMI, Nov. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Country music fans far and wide can enter to win a seven-day excursion for two on Country Cruising's mega-concert at sea while supporting the cure-focused work of the Diabetes Research Institute at the University of Miami.  Throughout November's National Diabetes Awareness Month, sweepstakes tickets can be purchased at DiabetesResearch.org/Country-Cruising-Sweepstakesfor a chance to score the cruise of their dreams, courtesy of Flying Dutchman Travel.  The winner will be announced on December 2, 2013. Sailing to the Western Caribbean in an ocean view cabinon NCL's Norwegian Pearl, the lucky pair will be on board with Country's biggest stars, including Trace Adkins, Montgomery Gentry, Wynonna Judd, and Country Music Award nominee Love and Theft, plus more than 20 other outstanding artists.  Departing from Miami, FL, on January 12, 2014, guests will enjoy live country music each evening.
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Willie Nelson: A Highly Irreverent Deconstruction Of The Music Legend
Huffington Post - over 3 years
photo: willienelson.com WARNING: This article contains mood swings, deep, sometimes haunting personal confessions and occasional marijuana usage. On the flipside: No animals were harmed during the creation of this story. Willie Nelson is a bona fide music legend, yes. And that's a very good thing. Willie Nelson also happens to be in the midst of one whopper of a cross-country tour, which should keep his legions of fans jazzed--he hits New York state this month and last month he wowed audiences in Santa Cruz, California. (Let's face it: if there's anybody Cruzans love to embrace with arms wide open, it's a creative beast with liberal leanings who advocates the legalization of marijuana.) Let's get the no-brainer out of the way: The pop country patriarch has led a colorful existence. Nelson's six-decade career and collection of more than 200 albums to his credit are but two of the things that make the Texas singer-songwriter iconic. He also happens to be a resilient performer--tha ...
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Peter Dreier: Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift, Alicia Keys and Elton John Should Get a Divorce -- From Walmart
The Huffington Post - over 3 years
Every year Walmart holds a combination shareholder meeting and pep rally to whip up enthusiasm and promote its image as a good investment and a good corporate citizen. These huge events have the quality of a religious revival meeting, including testimonials and music to keep its stockholders and employees (whom Walmart calls "associates") enthralled. Women's Wear Daily called last month's event, with 14,000 shareholders and employees, "a high-octane, entertainment-filled spectacle with moments devoted to business." The company always invites celebrities to entertain and mingle. At last month's gathering in Bentonville, Arkansas -- the company's headquarters --- singers Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, John Legend, and Prince Royce performed, Hugh Jackman emceed, and Tom Cruise cruised the crowd, then mounted the stage and said: "I've wanted to come here for quite some time, actually because the culture you have here is like no other. I truly admire your company. [It's] ...
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Jeryl Brunner: The Hidden Hitmakers: We Only Know Their Songs
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Chances are that most of us have never heard of Patty and Mildred Hill. The Kentucky-born sisters lived during the turn of the 19th century. But the song they penned more than a century ago continues to be sung by hundreds of millions each year ranging in age from four to 104. In fact, according to Guinness World Records, the Hill tune is one of the world's most frequently sung dittys. You hear it in movies. Marilyn Monroe famously serenaded President John F. Kennedy with it. Even the orbiting Apollo 9 crew crooned the tune while in space.  So why don't most of us know the Hill sisters, the "Happy Birthday to You" composers? Why is it that for most of us, "My Heart Will Go On" belongs to Celine Dion? (Although it was actually written by  James Horner and Will Jennings.) I started thinking about the people who actually write these hit songs. Who are they? Who is the person behind the hit? Case in point, when Hannah Montana sensation Emily Osment came out with the song, "I ...
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Dancing With The Stars: Wynonna Judd 'Devastated' Over Elimination
Yahoo News - almost 4 years
Wynonna Judd became the first celebrity to get kicked off of "Dancing with the Stars" Season 16 on Tuesday night, and the country star says she's most disappointed that her pro partner, Tony Dovolani (who won last season's "All-Stars" edition with then-partner Melissa Rycroft), had to go as well.
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DWTS: Poor Tony Dovolani (and Wynonna Judd, we guess)
Houston Chronicle - almost 4 years
Even Kate Gosselin lasted longer than the country diva.
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Wynonna Judd
  • 2016
    Age 51
    Judd released a new studio album, Wynonna & the Big Noise, on February 12, 2016.
    More Details Hide Details Wynonna has collaborated with musicians from several genres including country, rock, pop, R&B, jazz, gospel. She has contributed guest vocals on albums for Clint Black ("A Bad Goodbye" from his album No Time To Kill released 1993), Michael English ("Healing" from his album Healing-The Collection released 1994), Michael Bolton ("This Is The Time" from his album This Is The Time released 1996), Kenny Rogers ("Mary, Did You Know?" from his album The Gift released 1996), Huey Lewis & The News ("I'm Not In Love Yet" from their album Plan B released 2001), Kelly Price ("Mary's Song" from her album One Family: A Christmas Album released 2000), Eric Benét and Michael McDonald ("Heart of America" single released 2005), Natalie Grant ("Bring It All Together" from her album Awaken released 2005), Sam Moore ("I Can't Stand The Rain" from his album Overnight Sensational released 2006), Patti Labelle ("My Everything" from her album The Gospel According to Patti LaBelle released 2006), Dionne Warwick ("Anyone Who Had a Heart" from her album My Friends & Me released 2006), Ann Wilson ("We Gotta Get Out of This Place" and "Get Together" from her album Hope & Glory released 2007), BeBe & CeCe Winans and Vince Gill ("Right Now (We Need One Another)" single released 2008), and a posthumous Elvis Presley ("Santa Claus Is Back In Town" from his album Elvis Presley Christmas Duets released 2008).
  • 2013
    Age 48
    In 2013 she received the GI Spirit Award from the GI Film Festival for her charitable work in support of the troops at the screening of the dynamic documentary, The Hornet's Nest.
    More Details Hide Details Wynonna won the ACM Female Artist of the Year award in 1993. Not being present at the ceremony, her mother Naomi accepted the award on Wynonna's behalf.
    Wynonna also recently recorded duets with Willie Nelson & Colt Ford – both 2013 releases.
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    In March 2013 Wynonna released "Something You Can't Live Without," the first single off her forthcoming full-length album, produced by her husband/drummer Cactus Moser and set for release 2013 on Curb Records.
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  • 2012
    Age 47
    She married him on June 10, 2012 at her home in Leiper's Fork, Tennessee.
    More Details Hide Details On August 18, 2012, Judd's husband Moser was severely injured in a motorcycle accident in South Dakota. Moser was on U.S. Route 16 in the Black Hills the previous day when he crossed the center line and hit a car. This accident resulted in his left leg being amputated above the knee. Studio albums Compilation albums Holiday albums Soundtracks Number one singles
    This album—her first with all new material in over four years—was recorded in her own home studio and is deeply personal, especially noting the life-changing events the couple experienced in 2012.
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  • 2011
    Age 46
    On December 24, 2011 Judd became engaged to her boyfriend, musician Cactus Moser, best known as the drummer for Highway 101.
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    On November 27, 2011 Wynonna debuted her new band "Wynonna & The Big Noise" in Nashville, TN at 3rd and Lindsley.
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    On April 10, 2011, The Judds debuted on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
    More Details Hide Details The six episode American reality-documentary television series followed the daily life of Wynonna and Naomi Judd as they prepared for and traveled on tour. The series also shed light on the duo as they worked to strengthen their bond. Wynonna was a contestant on season 16 of Dancing with the Stars. She was partnered with all-star season champion Tony Dovolani. She and Tony Dovolani were the first couple eliminated on April 2, but second to leave, because of Dorothy Hamill's injury.
  • 2009
    Age 44
    In 2009, she also became the spokeswoman for alli, the only FDA-approved over-the-counter weight loss product, which features the artist in a national marketing campaign.
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  • 2008
    Age 43
    On June 7, 2008, Wynonna sat down for a live Internet chat for her fans in which she was asked questions submitted during the session.
    More Details Hide Details Over 6,000 fans signed up in a 5-minute span causing the server to crash. A total of 18,000 fans eventually logged on to watch Wynonna's chat live via Stickam.com.
  • 2007
    Age 42
    In 2007, Wynonna was presented with a star on the Music City Walk of Fame.
    More Details Hide Details In 2005, she received the USO's Merit Award for service to all divisions of the United States Armed Forces and teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to record "Heart of America", with Michael McDonald and Eric Benet which in turn helped raise over $90 million for victims of natural disasters to the Gulf Coast. She continues to bring attention to the global emergency of AIDS in her fourth year as United States Ambassador for YouthAIDS.
    In 2007, Wynonna starred in a special television event on NBC honoring her 23-year career titled "Wynonna: A Tribute on Ice", which featured skating champions such as Kimmie Meissner and Brian Boitano.
    More Details Hide Details Both Wynonna and Naomi performed on this special. Additionally, in 2006, Wynonna hosted the fourth season of USA Network's Nashville Star. She also appeared as herself on the NBC sitcom Kath & Kim. In August 2009, she guest starred as herself on the 10th anniversary of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire with Regis Philbin for Backpack Ministries. In May 2010, she guest starred as herself on Lifetime's Army Wives.
  • 2006
    Age 41
    In 2006, she won was nominated for "Tennessean of the Year" for her continuous humanitarian efforts.
    More Details Hide Details She has made innumerable appearances and performed at many events benefiting such causes as the American Red Cross, YouthAIDS, MusicCares, Vanderbilt Children's Hospital, Nashville's drug and alcohol program The Oasis Center, St. Jude and various war veterans' groups.
  • 2005
    Age 40
    In November 2005, she sang "It's About Love" for VeggieTales Lord of the Beans.
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    In the year 2005 Judd was a guest star on the show Hope & Faith in the episode "Wife Swap: Part 1 and Part 2" where she played the mean and rich Cynthia.
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    In September 2005, Wynonna made a second appearance on the show, discussing how she had lost some weight, had patched up relationships with her mother and with the man she considered "her dad", Michael Ciminella, from whom she had been estranged for almost a decade.
    More Details Hide Details Wynonna was also a judge for the 6th annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' careers.
    Wynonna has a long history of being involved with a wide array of charities. In 2005, Wynonna received the USO's Merit Award for service to all divisions of the United States Armed Forces and teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to record "Heart of America", with Michael McDonald and Eric Benet which in turn helped raise over $90 million for victims of natural disasters to the Gulf Coast.
    More Details Hide Details She brought attention to the global emergency of AIDS as United States Ambassador for YouthAIDS for four years.
    Her second release for Asylum-Curb was a live CD/DVD package called Her Story: Scenes from a Lifetime, released in 2005 which was concurrently released by with her best selling autobiography, Coming Home to Myself.
    More Details Hide Details The album included one new studio track, "Attitude". Written by Wynonna and John Rich of Big & Rich, this song was issued as a single, peaking at No. 40 on the country charts. That same year she released her first solo Christmas album called A Classic Christmas that included a Latin version of Ave Maria. She also sang an overdubbed duet with Elvis Presley on the late 2008 RCA album Christmas Duets. Sing: Chapter 1, her first studio album in six years, was released on February 3, 2009 on Curb Records. This album is largely composed of cover songs, except for the title track, an original composition by Rodney Crowell. It also reunites her with producers Brent Maher and Don Potter, who produced all of The Judds' 1980s albums. This album's lead-off single is "I Hear You Knocking", a blues standard first recorded by Smiley Lewis. On May 9, 2009 a seven song EP containing dance remixes of the title track was released.
    Her rendition peaked at No. 12 on that chart in 2005.
    More Details Hide Details Also included on What the World Needs Now Is Love were two songs from soundtracks: a cover of the Elvis Presley hit "Burning Love", which Wynonna recorded for the animated movie Lilo & Stitch, and "You Are", co-written by Judd, which was included in the movie Someone Like You, a film starring half-sister Ashley Judd.
  • 2003
    Age 38
    Wynonna's second husband was her former bodyguard, D. R. Roach, whom she married on November 22, 2003, in Tennessee. On March 22, 2007, Roach was arrested for sexual assault of a child under the age of 13; Judd filed for divorce five days later.
    More Details Hide Details In November 2003, just two weeks before her DUI arrest, Wynonna taped an appearance of an episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show discussing what she described as a "severe" dependency on food. The episode aired in February 2004. Judd had been working with the show in an effort to lose a significant amount of weight and get to the root of her dependency.
    What the World Needs Now Is Love, her sixth studio album, was released in August 2003, on Curb records.
    More Details Hide Details Lead-off single "What the World Needs" reached the Top 15 on the country charts, followed by the lesser singles "Heaven Help Me" and "Flies on the Butter (You Can't Go Home Again)", at No. 37 and No. 33 respectively. This latter song, originally recorded by Lari White on her album Stepping Stone, featured backing vocals from Naomi, and was credited on the charts as "Wynonna with Naomi Judd" instead of The Judds. Judd had success on the Hot Dance Airplay charts with a cover of Foreigner's "I Want to Know What Love Is".
  • 1999
    Age 34
    In 1999, Wynonna decided to reunite with her mother for a tour beginning on New Year's Eve.
    More Details Hide Details A month later, Wynonna released her fifth solo album, New Day Dawning. This album, the first of her career that Wynonna co-produced, included a four-song bonus disc entitled Big Bang Boogie composed of four new Judds songs. New Day Dawning produced the minor singles "Can't Nobody Love You (Like I Do)" and "Going Nowhere." "Stuck in Love," one of the songs from Big Bang Boogie, also had minor chart success, peaking at No. 26.
  • 1996
    Age 31
    She married Kelley on January 21, 1996, when she was four months pregnant with their second child. Their daughter Grace Pauline was born June 21, 1996. They divorced in 1998.
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    Revelations was the title of her third album, released by MCA/Curb in 1996.
    More Details Hide Details Also certified platinum, this album was led off by her fourth and final number one hit, the Mike Reid/Gary Burr co-written "To Be Loved by You." Despite this song's minor Adult Contemporary success, the album's other three singles did not fare as well: "Heaven Help My Heart" peaked at No. 14, while both "My Angel Is Here" and "Somebody to Love You" missed Top 40 entirely. Wynonna's fourth and final album for MCA was titled The Other Side. Unlike her previous country pop-oriented albums, this album focused on a more blues and rock sound. It was released in 1997 and produced four singles. The album did not sell as well as her first three, however, only earning a gold certification. Its singles were not as successful on the charts, either: although "When Love Starts Talkin'" and "Come Some Rainy Day" reached No. 13 and No. 14, respectively, "Always Will" fell short of Top 40 and "Love Like That" became the first single of her career not to chart at all. After the release of a greatest hits album called Collection, Wynonna left MCA in favor of Mercury Records.
    In 1996, she married Arch Kelly, the father of her daughter and son.
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  • 1995
    Age 30
    She was absent from the country charts for all of 1995.
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  • 1994
    Age 29
    In 1994, she also made an appearance on the Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute album Skynyrd Frynds, on which she covered their song "Free Bird."
    More Details Hide Details She also sang duet vocals on pop-Christian singer Michael English's debut single, "Healing," which peaked at No. 120 on the pop charts. After "Girls with Guitars" fell from the charts, Wynonna became the subject of negative publicity, as she had a child out of wedlock.
  • 1993
    Age 28
    Grammy Award Nominations 1993 Best Country Vocal Performance (Female) - Wynonna 1994 Best Country Vocal Performance (Female) - "Only Love" 1994 Best Country Collaboration with Vocals - "A Bad Goodbye" (Duet with Clint Black) 1995 Best Country Vocal Performance (Female) - "Is It Over Yet"
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    Between "Tell Me Why" and "Only Love", she sang guest vocals on Clint Black's 1993 single "A Bad Goodbye" (from the album No Time to Kill), which became her biggest pop hit at No. 43.
    More Details Hide Details The success of this song led to a tour called the Black & Wy tour, featuring Black and Wynonna as headliners.
    Her second album, Tell Me Why, was released by MCA/Curb in 1993.
    More Details Hide Details Also a platinum-selling album, it accounted for five consecutive Top Ten hits on the country charts: the title track, "Only Love," "Is It Over Yet," "Rock Bottom," and "Girls with Guitars," which was written by Mary Chapin Carpenter. "Tell Me Why" was her third crossover hit, peaking at No. 77 on the pop charts and No. 24 on the Adult Contemporary charts.
  • 1992
    Age 27
    This album, Wynonna, was released in 1992 via MCA/Curb, under the production of Tony Brown. "She Is His Only Need" went to number one on the Billboard country singles charts that year, as did the album's next three singles, "I Saw the Light" and "My Strongest Weakness". "No One Else on Earth," was also the number one country song of 1992 according to Billboard Year-End. "She Is His Only Need" and "No One Else on Earth" were also minor Adult Contemporary hits, and the latter peaked at No. 83 on the Billboard Hot 100. "My Strongest Weakness," the album's final single, was a No. 4 country hit.
    More Details Hide Details The album shipped five million copies in the United States, earning a 5× Multi-Platinum certification from the RIAA.
    On January 27, 1992, Wynonna performed solo on television for the first time at the American Music Awards.
    More Details Hide Details She unveiled "She Is His Only Need," the first single from her self-titled solo debut album.
  • 1983
    Age 18
    Wynonna and Naomi were signed to RCA Records in 1983 as the duo The Judds.
    More Details Hide Details Between 1983 and 1991, The Judds charted 23 hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles (now Hot Country Songs) charts, including 14 number ones. They also recorded eight studio albums, one Christmas album and two Greatest Hits compilations. In their six-year career, The Judds sold more than 20 million records worldwide and had won over 60 industry awards, including five Grammy Nominations, nine Country Music Association awards (seven of them consecutive), and eight Billboard Music Awards. At the time, they were the biggest-selling duo in country music and remained so until they were eclipsed by Brooks & Dunn in the 1990s. A chronic bout of hepatitis C forced Naomi into retirement following a 1991 farewell tour. After the duo broke up, Wynonna signed to MCA Records in association with Curb Records as a solo artist. Wynonna reunited with her mother for a 1999 New Year's Eve concert to ring in the year 2000 sponsored by K-mart. They embarked on a full-fledged tour together in 2000, and four new Judds songs were released on an exclusive bonus disc with Wynonna's album, New Day Dawning. The Judds again reunited in 2010 for "The Last Encore," an 18-city tour. As a result of the tour excitement, Curb Records announced the release of a new album from The Judds, I Will Stand by You: The Essential Collection, which featured two new songs and twelve of the duo's hits.
  • 1976
    Age 11
    By 1976, Wynonna and Naomi were living in Kentucky, where Wynonna took inspiration from the country music that her mother listened to and learned to play guitar after receiving one for Christmas.
    More Details Hide Details The two of them moved to Nashville, Tennessee, in 1979 in pursuit of a musical career.
  • 1968
    Age 3
    Naomi and Ciminella moved with the girls to Los Angeles in 1968 and subsequently divorced in 1972.
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  • 1964
    Wynonna was born Christina Claire Ciminella in Ashland, Kentucky, on May 30, 1964.
    More Details Hide Details She was given the last name Ciminella after Michael Ciminella, the man her mother quickly married after being abandoned by her boyfriend and Judd's biological father, Charles Jordan. Jordan died in 2000. Her younger sister is actress Ashley Judd.
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