Naomi Judd, The Country Music matriarch of The Judds, Dead at 76
By TOI Editor May 1, 2022 Update on : May 1, 2022
Naomi Judd, was a member of the Grammy winning singing duet The Judds. Her daughters, Wynonna and Ashley, confirmed her death in a statement to The Associated Press on Saturday.
Today was a tragic day for us, We lost our mother to the disease of mental illness. We are cope with great sadness as much as we loved her, We’re in uncharted area.
It stated that no additional information regarding her death will be shared and requested privacy while the family grieves.
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On her road to a big position in music history, Naomi braved enormous difficulties. In a statement, Hall of Fame CEO Kyle Young stated, Her magnificent life narrative overshadows today’s devastating news. Her family has requested that we proceed with The Judds’ formal Hall of Fame induction on Sunday. We shall do it, despite our sad hearts and thoughts. Naomi and Wynonna’s music will live on.
They’d also recently announced an arena tour that will kick out in the autumn, their first tour together in almost a decade.
Naomi Judd told the Associated Press in March that she was already preparing for the next tour and was looking forward to the Hall of Fame induction.
The Judds also played at the 1994 Super Bowl halftime show, alongside Travis Tritt, Clint Black, and Tanya Tucker.
The Judds sung about family, marriage, and the value of faithfulness. Early in their careers, the two were mistaken for sisters due of Naomi’s youthful appearance. She was also known to prefer extravagant stage dresses with rhinestones and sparkles over simple boots and cowboy attire. Know more about The legendary John Madden.
They rose to prominence after performing on Ralph Emery’s morning program in early 1980, when the presenter dubbed them the “Soap Sisters” since Naomi used to manufacture her own soap.