'Wynonna Celebrates The Judds‘ Enduring Legacy at Nashville Concert

Judds‘ Enduring Legacy at Nashville Concert

In the

1980s, mother-daughter duo The Judds, with their homespun songs and pure, family harmonies, were among

Between 1983

and 2000, mother Naomi Judd and daughter Wynonna notched 25 Hot Country Songs appearances, which encompassed 14 No

The Judds:

The Final Tour had been announced prior to Naomi Judd’s death on April 30, one

“I was

not going to go on this tour,” Wynonna acknowledged to the crowd gathered at Nashville’

In true

Wynonna Judd fashion, the concert was an enthralling mix of front-porch acoustic country, swaggering rock

She began

with the Judds’ 1983 debut single, “Had a Dream (For the Heart),” followed by “Give a

” Taking in

the collective love in the room, Judd was escorted by security through the crowd back

Clad in

black attire and with her striking red hair, Wy gave off a throwback rock star

For the

Nashville concert, Wynonna was joined by Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride and Brandi Carlile at various

” Wy also

offered renditions of her solo hits, including her first solo No

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