Wynonna Judd Biography
Formerly one half of country music’s most popular female duo, Wynonna Judd enjoyed a similar
level of success as a solo artist thanks to an eclectic sound which drew on blues-rock, gospel and
Southern R&B just as much her Nashville roots. Born in Ashland, Kentucky in 1964, Judd moved to
Tennessee to launch a music career with her mother, Naomi, in 1979. Recording under the name of
The Judds, the pair went onto score 14 number ones on the Hot Country Songs chart, picked up nine
CMA Awards and sold 20 million records worldwide before calling it a day in 1991. Wynonna Judd
tickets then went on sale for several solo shows in 1992, as did her self-titled debut, which peaked at
No.4 on the Billboard 200 and spawned three chart-topping singles. 1993’s Tell Me Why produced
another five Top 10 hits, while after teaming up with Clint Black on the single, “A Bad Goodbye,”
Wynonna Judd tickets were snapped up for a co-headlining trek with the New Jersey star. After
taking time out to raise her son, Judd returned in 1996 with Revelations, and Wynonna Judd tickets
for an accompanying tour, before venturing into Bonnie Raitt-inspired blues-rock on 1997’s The
Other Side. Fans then bought Wynonna Judd tickets in their droves for a reunion tour with her
mother which kicked off on Millennium Eve, while in 2000, she served as co-producer on her fourth
LP, New Day Dawning. 2003’s What the World Needs Now is Love sustained the demand for
Wynonna Judd tickets, and after contributing to the soundtrack of half-sister Ashley’s film Someone
Like You, she recorded live album, Her Story: Scenes From a Lifetime in front of fans with Wynonna
Judd tickets at the Grand Ole Opry. After celebrating the festive season on A Classic Christmas, Judd
hosted the fourth season of Nashville Star, tackled songs by Hank Williams, Bill Withers and Merle
Haggard on 2009’s covers album, Sing: Chapter 1, and released Wynonna Judd tickets for a North
American tour. In 2011, she debuted her new band, Wynonna & The Big Noise, in front of fans with
Wynonna Judd tickets for a show at Tennessee’s 3rd and Lindsley, and published her first novel,
Restless Heart. In 2013, she was the first contestant to be voted off the tenth season of Dancing with
the Stars, while a year later, she announced the sale of Wynonna Judd tickets for the intimate
Wynonna and Friends: Stories & Song tour.
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