Naomi Judd, matriarch of the singing family Judd, dies at 76


Both girls credited their mother as an inspiration and for her unwavering faith in their ability to succeed in show business.

Naomi Judd moved out of Nashville, writing a bestselling autobiography, “Love Can Build a Bridge” (1993).

“I realized that I was playing a mortality metaphor; a brief life on stage, making my last salute before silently disappearing into darkness,” Judd wrote in the book, the first of nine she published. much about spirituality and personal fulfillment.

She and Wynonna met periodically under the name Judds, notably during a half-time performance of the Super Bowl XXVIII in 1994. They last performed together on April 11 at the CMT Music Awards, which were broadcast live on CBS. They were planning what they presented as a month-long farewell tour starting in September.

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