People in Nashville, Tennessee (AP) — People in Nashville, Tennessee — People in Nashville, Tennessee A woman who sang with her daughter, Wynonna, turned them into Grammy-winning country stars has died. The woman was 76.
Her daughters, Wynonna and Ashley, told the AP about her death on Saturday in a statement.
"Today, our sisters went through a bad thing. mental illness took our mom away from us and made her look ugly "It said: "We have been smashed. Grieving, we know that as much as we loved her, she was loved by the people who knew her. We are in a new place."
Naomi Judd died near Nashville, Tennessee, said a statement from her husband, Larry Strickland, who is also a singer and married to her. As the family mourned, it said that no more information about her death would be released.
There will be a ceremony for The Judds on Sunday, so the Country Music Hall of Fame will keep on going.
"Naomi overcame a lot of difficulties on her way to becoming a well-known person in music history." Today's tragic news doesn't get in the way of her great life story, says Hall of Fame CEO Kyle Young in a statement. "Her family wants us to keep going with the official induction of The Judds into the Hall of Fame on Sunday, so we can keep going. We will do so with heavy hearts and minds. Wynonna's music will be around for a long time.
Their first tour together in more than a decade was also just announced. They were going to start an arena tour in the fall.
The mother-daughter performers scored 14 No. 1 songs in a career that spanned nearly three decades. The red-headed duo combined the traditional Appalachian sounds of bluegrass with polished pop stylings, scoring hit after hit in the 1980s. Wynonna led the duo with her powerful vocals, while Naomi provided harmonies and stylish looks on stage.
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They also made a return to awards shows when they performed at the CMT Music Awards earlier this month.
“Honored to have witnessed “Love Can Build a Bridge” just a few short weeks ago,” singer Maren Morris posted on Twitter on Saturday.
After "Mama He's Crazy" was a big hit, more people saw it "They were given the Horizon Award at the 1984 CMA Awards, and they took it home that year. Naomi began her speech by saying that "You can slap the dog and spit in the fire!
Her health problems, as well as depression and anxiety, were very public. Naomi Judd was very honest about these things. As a nurse, she says she got hepatitis C without realising it. She wrote about it in her memoir, "River of Time." Her doctors told her that by 1995, she was free of the virus.
In her memoir, she talked about how she felt like she had lost her identity when she came home from a reunion tour in 2010, how she isolated herself at home, and how panic attacks crippled her. She also said that she had been dealing with trauma from sexual abuse she had when she was a child, too. She was taken to a psychiatric ward at a hospital, and then she went to a treatment programme that took place outside of the hospital.
Daughter In movies like "Kiss the Girls," "Double Jeopardy," and "Heat," Ashley Judd has played roles. She's also a humanitarian who helps people in need.
Naomi Judd was married to Strickland for 32 years. He was a backup singer for Elvis Presley and was married to her for that long.