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Naomi Judd inducted into Country Music Hall of Fame

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Naomi Judd, the Grammy winning country artist passed away yesterday at 76. She passed away just one day before being inducted into music Hall of Fame. Wynonna and Ashley, Judd’s daughters announced her death in a joint statement to the Associated press. Both Wynonna and Ashley, an actress, wrote on Twitter that they “lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness.”

Judd’s contribution to the music

Judd’s mother-daughter combo sang 14 top songs over nearly three decades. Their traditional Appalachian sounds of bluegrass with polished pop stylings were on everyone lips. Wynonna led had powerful vocals while Naomi complimented with stylish looks on stage. Here is one of her songs.

Judd’s singing ‘Born to be Blue’

Judd’s Successful Hits

Naomi Judd passed away
Naomi Judd passed away

Here are the mother daughter 10 most popular Hits.

S.NoHit Singles
1Why Now featuring Wyonna Judd
2Oatmeal Cookies
3Let me be your Baby featuring The Judds
4Hillbilly Boogie featuring Pete Charles and the Judds
5.Don’t You Throw That Mojo On Me featuring Wynonna Judd / Kenny Wayne
6.Shepherd / Wynonna Mark Selby / Kenny Wayne Shepherd / Tia Sillers
7.Flies on the Butter (You Can’t Go Home Again) feat. WynonnaChuck Cannon / Austin Cunningham / Allen Shamblin
8.Love Can Build a Bridge feat. Wynonna Judd / The Judds/ John Barlow Jarvis / Naomi Judd / Paul Overstreet
9.Light of the Stable feat. The Judds
10.Kentucky feat. Pete Charles / The Judds
Judds Top 10 Songs

Naomi’s Journey from a Single mother and Nurse to Stardom

Naomi was born as Diana Ellen Judd in Ashland, Kentucky. She was a single mother and working as a Nurse in Nashville. She and Wynonna started singing professionally. Their peculiar acoustics and blues set them apart from the existing genre.

Judd’s Awards and Honours

Academy of Country Music

  1. 1984 Top Vocal Duo
  2. 1985 Top Vocal Duo
  3. 1986 Top Vocal Duo
  4. 1987 Top Vocal Duo
  5. 1988 Top Vocal Duo
  6. 1989 Top Vocal Duo
  7. 1990 Top Vocal Duo
  8. 2013 Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award

Country Music Association

  1. 1984 Horizon Award
  2. 1985 Single of the Year – “Why Not Me”
  3. 1985 Vocal Group of the Year
  4. 1986 Vocal Group of the Year
  5. 1987 Vocal Group of the Year
  6. 1988 Vocal Duo of the Year
  7. 1989 Vocal Duo of the Year
  8. 1990 Vocal Duo of the Year
  9. 1991 Vocal Duo of the Year

Grammy Awards

  1. 1985 Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal – “Mama He’s Crazy”
  2. 1986 Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal – “Why Not Me”
  3. 1987 Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal – “Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout the Good Old Days)”
  4. 1989 Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal – “Give A Little Love”
  5. 1992 Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal – “Love Can Build A Bridge”

Country Music Hall of Fame

  • Inducted 2022.

Judd’s performed at CMT Music Awards last month

The Judds for the first time performed after years at the CMT Music Awards last month. They sang “Love Can Build a Bridge.” Naomi Judd passed away days before they had announced their 10-date “Final Tour,” which was scheduled to begin in September.

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