Singer Naomi Judd was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame a day after her death
Singer Naomi Judd was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame a day after her death.
Members of the American duo The Judds, Naomi Judd, and her daughter Wynonna are inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on May 1. The day before the ceremony, 76-year-old Judd passed away. The event was attended by the singer’s daughters, Wynonna and Ashley. Friends and fans of Judd gathered outside the museum, where her photograph stood at the entrance, reports Deadline.
“I’m sorry she couldn’t last until today,” Ashley said.
In turn, The Judds member Wynonna stated that she would continue to sing despite her “heartbreak.”
In 1983, The Judds signed to RCA Nashville and released six studio albums. The duo received five Grammy Awards and became one of the most successful bands in the history of country music.
Earlier, Judd’s daughters reported that the artist had died due to mental illness. It is reported by The Associated Press with reference to the statement of the daughters of the performer Wynonna and Ashley.
Country music singer-songwriter Naomi Judd has died at the age of 77.
Her daughter Wynonna, with whom her mother created the duet The Judds back in 1983, spoke about bereavement.
On January 11, 1946, the singer was born in Ashland, Kentucky. In 1983, she formed The Judds with her daughter Wynonna. The group has unleashed five studio albums. In addition, Naomi Judd has won the prestigious Grammy.
In 1991, the duo broke up as Naomi was diagnosed with hepatitis. A few years before her death, she talked about depression.