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Naomi Judd, Matriarch of the Judds, is dead at 76

American singer and actress Naomi Judd has been passed away at the age of 76 years. Naomi was famous for country music, that was absolutely her forte. Not only that Naomi was also part of the country music duo The Judds. The very famous music also won the Grammy Award arking history.

The unfortunate death was reported on Saturday however no cause or reason behind the same was given neither by the authorities nor from her family side. However, Naomi’s daughter Wynonna, who is also a country singer and actress Ashley Judd released an official statement concerning the same.

In the official statement, the family stated “”We had a tragedy today as sisters. We had to say goodbye to our lovely mother due to a mental illness In a statement, they said. “We’re completely shattered. We’re dealing with a lot of loss right now, but we know that as much as we loved her, so did the rest of the world. We’re in an uncharted area.

Naomi had a very special relationship with her daughters. She always gave them a free hand in careers and life in general. Naomi and Wynonna, both country music singers composed a very famous track in the 1990s. It became one of the most famous mother-daughter duo hits of all time.

Apart from this Naomi’s hit includes Mama He’s Crazy, which again was a Grammy recipient track. Last year only, The Judds became the part of country music hall of fame. They were very happy with that and also revealed certain details of their September tour.

They stated “My chosen family has always been the fans. In a statement announcing the tour, Judd remarked. “I adore them, so I’m salivating at the prospect of belting out our tunes and reuniting with them.” Judd has been very expressive when it comes to the band.

Naomi Judd was born Diana Ellen Judd on January 11, 1946, in Ashland, Kentucky. Then she and Wynonna started singing informally. It was a natural progression of Mom hearing my voice and singing along,” Wynonna Judd said in 2010. “She’s bonded herself vocally to me, and it’s as if we’re one voice,” she said.

Naomi and Wynonna pursued music careers after moving to Nashville in 1979. “We all slept in the same bed and ate bologna and crackers,” Judd told The Wall Street Journal in 2017.

In 1984, Judd and her daughter released their first EP Wynonna & Naomi on RCA Records. In-country music, the Judds are known for their mother-daughter connection, stunning red hair, and harmonizing voices.

Between 1984 and 1991, they have six studio albums, 20 Top Ten hits, five Grammys, and nine Country Music Association awards. Naomi Judd was diagnosed with hepatitis C in the 1990s, and Wynonna went solo. “The doctors all indicated I was going to die in three years,” Judd told NPR in 2010. “I told them I wasn’t going to die. I’m feeling strong, vibrant, and healthy.”



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