Death of Naomi Judd
The death of Naomi Judd (part of Grammy Award-winning country music duo the Judds) was confirmed on Saturday. Naomi Judd was a singer and television star, famous as the matriarch of the country music duo the Judds.
On January 11, 1946, Naomi Judd was born in Ashland, ky. During the work at her high school graduation, she gave birth to Wynonna. Later, in the 1960s, she moved to Los Angeles. From where Judd, along with her daughters, began singing together casually.
In 1979, Naomi and her daughter moved to Nashville and pursued a music career. They both slept on the same bed and ate bologna and crackers. With this solid mother-daughter bond, the Judds quickly rose to fame in country music.
Early in 1990, Naomi Judd performed as one of the most successful mother-daughter acts in country music. Naomie’s hits include 1985’s “Grandpa (Tell me bout the good old days), the 1990s “Love can build a bridge, and 1984’s “Mama he’s crazy.”
In 1990, the Judds ceased performing when she came to know that she had Hepatitis C. Doctors said that she couldn’t live for over three years. And I am feeling healthy and radiant, Judds said to the doctor.
In 2020, Naomi wrote books for children. It includes her memoir “River of Time, my descent into depression, and How I emerged with hope.” At the same time, Wynonna embarked on a successful career as a solo artist.
Naomi and Wynonna Judd:
Naomi and Wynonna Judd both are owners of the country music duo the Judds. They just had announced their final tour that was to begin in the fall. After hearing about this upcoming tour, Ms Judd said, I am excited to reconnect with fans and sing with my daughter.
Wynonna Judd said to NPR’s Scott Simon in 2010; I am feeling excited that mom is hearing my voice and humming along. Sometimes, I feel that she has attached herself vocally to me, and it seems as if we are in one voice.
Judd’s daughters Wynonna and Ashley Judd said on the death of Naomi Judd.
“We still do not believe that our mother has passed. We have lost our great mother because of mental illness. The public loved her just as much as we did. We are devastated by sorrow and are navigating profound grief.
By: Tayyaba Zareen