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Who was Naomi Judd?

Naomi Judd (born Diana Ellen Judd; January 11, 1946 – April 30, 2022) was an American singer and actress. She and her daughter Wynonna formed the country music duo the Judds in 1983. They were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2021.

Naomi Judd, country music matriarch of The Judds, is dead at 76

Naomi Judd, country music matriarch of The Judds, is dead at 76
Naomi Judd, country music matriarch of The Judds, is dead at 76

Naomi Judd, part of the Grammy-award winning country music duo The Judds, is dead at 76.

Judd’s daughters, country singer Wynonna and actress Ashley Judd, confirmed the artist’s death in a statement on Saturday. “Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness,” they wrote in a statement. “We are shattered. We are navigating profound grief and know that as we loved her, she was loved by her public. We are in unknown territory.”

As a member of The Judds with her daughter Wynonna, Naomi Judd recorded and performed as one of the most successful mother-daughter acts in country music before the group stopped performing in the early 1990s. The Judds’ hits included 1984’s “Mama He’s Crazy,” which won the group their first Grammy Award, 1985’s “Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout the Good Old Days)” and 1990’s “Love Can Build a Bridge.”

Last year The Judds were announced as inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame, and were set to be inducted on Sunday. The group had also recently announced a final tour, set to begin in September. “The fans have always been my family of choice,” Judd said in a statement announcing the tour. “I love them dearly, so I’m chompin’ at the bit to belt out our hits and reconnect with them once again.”

Naomi Judd was born Diana Ellen Judd on January 11, 1946, in Ashland, Ky. and gave birth to Wynonna the week of her high school graduation. She moved to Los Angeles in the late 1960s, the New York Times reported in a 1984 profile at the beginning of The Judds’ rise, where she worked as a model and a secretary before moving Wynonna and her other daughter, Ashley, back to Kentucky. It was then she and Wynonna began singing together casually.

“I think it was a natural progression of Mom hearing my voice and humming along,” Wynonna Judd told NPR’s Scott Simon in 2010. “All of a sudden, before I know what’s going on, she has attached herself vocally to me, and it’s as if it we’re one voice.”

The family moved to Nashville, Tenn., in 1979 and Naomi and Wynonna pursued a music career. “We moved into a motel, and all of us slept in the same bed and ate bologna and crackers,” Judd said in a 2017 interview with The Wall Street Journal. 

Judd and her daughter eventually signed a deal with RCA Records and in 1984 released their debut EP Wynonna & Naomi. With their strong mother-daughter bond, striking red hair and harmonizing vocals, the Judds quickly rose to fame in country music. The group would go on to release six studio albums between 1984 and 1991, earning 20 Top Ten hits, five Grammy Awards and nine Country Music Association awards.

The Judds ceased performing in the 1990s after Naomi Judd was diagnosed with hepatitis C and Wynonna pursued a solo career. “The doctors all said that I was gonna die in three years, and that was in 1990,” Judd told NPR in 2010. “I told them I wasn’t gonna kick the bucket. I’m feeling very healthy, and alive and radiant.”

The duo continued to reunite and perform occasionally in the years after, including most recently at the 2022 CMT Awards where they performed “Love Can Build A Bridge.” In later years, when not reuniting with her daughter to perform, Naomi Judd began to write and publish self-help and children’s books, including her memoir River of Time: My Descent Into Depression and How I Emerged With Hope.

Naomi Judd Biography, Wiki

Judd was born to Pauline Ruth “Polly” (née Oliver) and Charles Glen Judd on January 11, 1946, in Ashland, Kentucky. Her father owned a gas station.

 In 1965, her brother Brian died of leukemia at the age of 17. Naomi Judd’s first child, Christina Ciminella (later Wynonna Judd), was born when Judd was 18.

After the birth of her daughter Ashley (April 1968), who later became a film and stage actress, and the end of her marriage to Michael Ciminella, Judd brought up both daughters as a single parent, first attending nursing school at California’s College of Marin while living in nearby Lagunitas, California, and later beginning a successful singing career with daughter Wynonna.

Naomi Judd completes her school education at a Local High school in Nashville, Tennessee. Then she gets admitted to Harvard University & College of Marin for her Higher education & Where she completed her Graduation.

Naomi Judd Biography Wikipedia
Naomi Judd
Birth nameDiana Ellen Judd
BornJanuary 11, 1946
Ashland, Kentucky, U.S.
DiedApril 30, 2022 (aged 76)
near Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
GenresCountry
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, actress
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1983–1991, 1994–2022
LabelsRCA Nashville/Curb
Associated actsThe Judds
Websitewww.naomijudd.com

Naomi Judd Career

Naomi Judd started her career as a singer and actress. she sold over 20 million albums and videos in seven years. But then he suddenly contracted hepatitis C.

Naomi Judd started her acting Career in 1979 with the Film American Graffiti with a Cameo role. Then in 1999, she starred opposite Andy Griffith and Gerald McCrane in the movie A Holiday Romance.

Then in 2011, Jude starred opposite actress Laura Preppen in the Lifetime television movie The Killing Game. & Then in 2014, she played the character “Hani” at Evergreen Christmas.

Naomi Judd In1993 received the Golden Plate Award from the American Academy of Achievements.

Naomi Judd was diagnosed with Hepatitis C in 1991, after trying to sell more than 20 million albums and videos in 7 years and reaching the pinnacle of their career. The band’s Farewell Tour was the highest-grossing act, and their farewell concert was the most famous music event in cable pay-per-view history.

Judd established the Naomi Judd Academic and Training Fund in 1991 to raise awareness of Hepatitis C, and she serves as a spokeswoman for the American Liver Foundation.

Naomi Judd Husband

Her marital status is married, according to social media posts. Her Husband’s name is Larry Strickland and they have also two children’s whose name is Wynonna Judd, Ashley Judd. Continue reading this story to learn more about her lifestyle, and learn more about her family here.

Naomi Judd FAQ’s

Who is Naomi Judd?

Naomi Judd (born Diana Ellen Judd; January 11, 1946 – April 30, 2022)was an American singer and actress. She and her daughter Wynonna formed the country music duo the Judds in 1983. They were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2021.

How did Naomi Judd die?

Naomi Judd was a Popular American singer and actress. she passed away on 30 April 2022 because of Mental illness in the United States.

How old was Naomi Judd?

Naomi Judd died at 76.

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