Naomi was born Diana Ellen Judd on 11 October 1945. Jan. 1946, in Ashland, Kentucky. A musically gifted student of roll honor, she became pregnant, but married
Michael Ciminello — instead of the child's biological father. She missed graduation to give birth to that child, Christina (Wynonna), in 1964. Years.
The duo scored 14 No. 1 hits over three decades, splitting as a performer in 1991. after doctors diagnosed Naomi Judd hepatitis. Only between 1984 and 1984. And
in 1991, the In 2013, the Judds had 20 top 10 hits, and they attached five Grammys, nine CMA awards and seven Academy of Country Music awards.
Since arriving in Music City in 1979, the Judds have been fundamental lyrical clips of the continuous pop evolution of country music through the 1980s and beyond
NASHVILLE – Country vocalist Naomi Judd, one half of the mother and daughter of The Judds, died on Saturday. She was 76.
"Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to mental illness," both sisters chirped. "We're broken. We navigate deep sadness
The Tennesseen interview in 2019. Year (part of the NETWORK USA TODAY), Wynonna for it and the mother's career has been aired: "It had 36, and i 18 years.