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Fan Reviews

Maria
February 25th 2023
I was ecstatic to see Wynonna in her journey to heal. Her queen of everything would be so proud as she always was. I was a little shaken over Wynonna getting dizzy on stage but in true Wynonna fashion she kept on. I feel like she was having a hard day. Loved Wy and the others that sang with her.
Savannah, GA@
Enmarket Arena
Stephanie
February 19th 2023
This show was touching at times. It was a celebration of life for Naomi as well as a glimpse into Winona's musical journey. It also wasn't rushed. We were there for almost 3 hours. I can't say enough about the perfection of Winona's singing. She's flawless! She has always been great and still is. ❤️
Charleston, WV@
Charleston Civic Center Coliseum
DAve
February 18th 2023
The Judds (Wynonna, Martina McBride with Tanya Tucker) 2/16/23 “It was a girl’s night out, one that even the boys could enjoy at The Well in Greenville South Carolina. Thursday evening marked the 10th show of the 2nd or 2023rd leg of what was billed as ‘The Final Tour’ of The Judds. When Wynonna stated that she’d honor the initial 10 date commitment of the tour in 2022 (announced on April 1st prior to her mother’s untimely passing), I honestly wasn’t sure what she’d be able to give. It was to have been Naomi and Wynonna’s first tour in a decade. Frankly when the second leg was announced I avoided my ticket purchase curious to see which special guests would be penciled in for the South Carolina date. My reasoning was primarily due to my seeing Wynonna twice in the last 4 1/2 years, as recently as 7/3/21, each time in a small venue (436 and 637 seat theaters respectively). Things changed however with the announcement of support from Tanya Tucker (my first time ever seeing her) and a $22 ‘One Country Promo’ floor seat! Mind you Wynonna really ‘brought it’ both times I had seen her but I entered the venue this evening with some reservation due to the nature of the show. Those reservations were soon shattered and my skepticism proved completely unfounded. The 16,000 seat arena had most of the upper bowl sides curtained off leaving only the best views available for the 7,000 or so fans that were lucky enough to have exhibited the faith to purchase tickets. Spotting some friends on the floor closer than me with an empty seat adjacent I took the opportunity to upgrade myself, thanks Rick, Kelli, Pam, Gina & Randy! At precisely the scheduled start time ‘Very Special Guest’ Martina McBride took the stage. It was my 3rd time seeing Martina, the first being in 2015 at the top of her vocal game, the second in 2021 with Blake Shelton. In complete transparency, the 2021 performance was not good, and it wasn’t just my say so, her pitch was off and she kept playing with her ear monitors. I honestly felt so bad for her. Needless to say I went into the set with much trepidation. This time around the 56 year old (already warmed up from earlier tour dates) stepped up her game and performed well. The 50 minute / 11 song set beginning with ‘My Baby Loves Me’ included most all the hits excluding ‘Concrete Angel’ and ‘Safe In The Arms Of Love’. McBride addressed the audience, ‘I fell like one of our jobs tonight is to love and support Wynonna and one of the ways we can do that is to have a damn good time!’ Moving through ‘Wild Angels’ and ‘Blessed’ she substituted her own ‘I’m Gonna Love You Through It’ exchanging out ‘You Ain’t Woman Enough’, the 1966 Loretta Lynn classic she had been performing previously on the tour. Next there was ‘Love’s The Only House’, ‘This One’s For The Girls’, and a rendering of ‘A Broken Wing’ which was so powerfully performed that any vocal challenges prior to were completely lost and forgotten. She showed her appreciation to the fully roused audience, ‘I gotta say, I hate to call besties but I’m just saying’, and to the seven person band which had remained mostly in the background up to that point, the spotlight majorly positioned on her alone. ‘By the way, how ‘bout a hand for this fabulous band I have with me.’ At last came ‘Independence Day’ which after struggling through the first chorus she extended the microphone to the audience for assistance on the second. Everything rounded out as an all-in-all solid performance! After a half hour intermission the second half commenced with a 1.23 hour / 18 song set from Wynonna and Company beginning with ‘Had A Dream’ in a backdrop of stars and smoke. The stage set had a retro feel to it that I would imagine an 80’s concert would have had (prior to my days of discovering country music). There were warmly lit hanging light bars extending out from the stage with the classic Judds logo on the left and right side screens. Wynonna’s famous white guitar and a pedal steel added to the atmosphere. On the floor we couldn’t see it but there was a projected image of an acoustic guitar top on the stage floor that was visible from time to time on the side screens. Her eight person band which included her husband/drummer Cactus Moser were super-tight the entire performance. The evening itself was creatively broken up into segments and not just your typical average concert set. Moving into ‘Give A Little Love’ Wynonna addressed the audience ’Is this really happening. Oh my goodness look at you, I’m so glad to be here in South Carolina.’ Early in the set (third song) she brought out the ladies for ‘Girl’s Night Out’, ‘Well ladies and gentlemen, Martina McBride and Tanya Tucker’. Next up was ‘Rockin With The Rhythm Of The Rain’. Here is where The Texas Tornado Miss Tanya Tucker took charge, you’d never know the two of them had not played together live prior to the evening. Sixty-four year old Tanya dressed in a Judds shirt with huge blinged sunglasses walked across the stage and handed Martina a pair, Wynonna in wonderment pondering, ‘She was so nervous at soundcheck.’ Next the duo performed ‘Love Is Alive’, ‘I can’t believe she’s (Tanya) here to sing harmonies, what a blessing this is.’ TT replied, ‘It’s an honor.’ ‘Wynonna assuring us, ‘You learn who your true friends are when you’re going through a tough time. She’s (Tanya) blinged out tonight more so than me but okay.’ Tanya in reply, ‘Hey, I did this myself I blinged The Judds, sure did’. One would swear the interaction was all pre-planned they both worked and sung so well together. At the line in the song, ‘Here by me’ Wynonna extended her hand and grabbed Tanya’s. Tanya slid over close and kissed Wynonna’s hand. Wynonna finished the song line ‘yes indeed’! Mid-set a curtain came down illuminated all in red for a scaled down set featuring guitar, mandolin (played by Cactus), upright bass, and dobro on ‘Guardian Angel’, ‘Flies On The Butter’, and ‘Young Love’ (with the addition of pedal steel). Curtain up and Tanya joined in again for ‘Born To Be Blue’, Wynonna turning to Tanya addressing again her apparent nervousness at soundcheck, ‘You been faking all day!’ Other songs included, ‘Tell Me Why’, ‘Turn It Loose’, ‘She Is His Only Need’ and ’No One Else On Earth’. Of note, the set list was scaled back from earlier dates which featured up to twenty-four songs possibly due to her dizzy spell last week in Dayton or it could have been just the change in special guest appearances. The regular set ended with a truly moving ‘Love Can Build A Bridge’. With her hand extended Wynonna led a sentiment of prayer and acknowledgement of gratitude. ‘Thank You Lord again for healing me today and all the days of my life so that I can be with my family of choice, my fans. I’m so grateful that I didn’t cancel. I’m so grateful that you’re here and that I’m here and yes there’s always hope. You just got to show up and show out!’ The song featured a video backdrop showcasing a half screen of Naomi singing her part directly facing Wynonna on the other half screen singing her part live. You had to be there, Naomi’s presence could be felt in the room! An encore trifecta featured Wynonna solo on ‘Mama He’s Crazy’, then ‘Granpa Tell Me Bout The Good Old Days’ followed by ‘Why Not Me’ with full band. It was a special and moving evening indeed. Wynonna commenting in an interview with regard to her second leg of the tour summed things up, ‘There will be tours and concerts, but this is something that is between a memorial and a celebration of life!” Review and photos by DAve (Concert #746, 747)
Greenville, SC@
Bon Secours Wellness Arena
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About The Judds

Naomi Judd was born Diana Ellen Judd on Jan. 11, 1946, in Ashland, Ky. Finding herself pregnant, she quickly got married but not to the father of her first child, daughter Christina Ciminella. Christina, born May 30, 1964, became known as Wynonna Judd when the mother-daughter duo stormed the country charts in the 1980s.
After Naomi divorced, she moved from their latest home in Hollywood, back to Morrill, Ky., with Wynonna and another daughter Ashley. There, she worked as a nurse in a local infirmary. Outside working and school hours, she and the children would sing anything from bluegrass to showbiz standards for their own amusement. However, when Wynonna nurtured aspirations to be a professional entertainer, her mother lent her encouragement, to the extent of moving the family to Nashville in 1979. Naomi's contralto subtly underlined Wynonna's tuneful drawl.

In addition to many performances on Ralph Emery's morning television show, Naomi elicited an audition for RCA Records while tending a hospitalized relation of label producer Brent Maher. With a past that read like a Judith Krantz novel, the Judds -- so the executives considered -- would have more than an even chance in the country market. An exploratory mini-album, which contained proved the executives correct. The single "Had a Dream (From the Heart)" peaked at No. 17 in 1984. Later that year, the Judds scored their first of 14 No. 1 hits with "Mama He's Crazy."
Self-composed songs included Naomi's 1989 composition "Change of Heart," dedicated to her future second husband (and former Elvis Presley backing vocalist) Larry Strickland. Meanwhile, Maher co-wrote hits such as 1985's Grammy-winning "Why Not Me," "Turn It Loose," "Girls Night Out," "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout The Good Ol' Days)" and "Rockin' With the Rhythm of the Rain."

Most Judds records exhibited an acoustic bias and a penchant for star guests that included the Jordanaires on "Don't Be Cruel," Emmylou Harris on "The Sweetest Gift," Mark Knopfler on his "Water of Love" and Bonnie Raitt playing slide guitar on the album Love Can Build a Bridge. In 1988, the pair became the first female country act to found their own booking agency (Pro-Tours), but a chronic hepatitis infection forced Naomi to retire from the concert stage two years later.


The Judds toured America in a series of farewell concerts before Wynonna began her solo career. Wynonna got off to a strong start, as her first two singles both went to #1. Her 1994 single "Girls With Guitars" featured Naomi (as well as Lyle Lovett) on backup vocals.
In 1998, The Judds appeared in a commercial for the retail chain Kmart, singing Wynonna's single "Woman To Woman".
In 1999, Wynonna reunited with her mother for a New Year's Eve concert in Phoenix. The following year, the duo recorded four new tracks for a bonus disc issued with Wynonna's album New Day Dawning, and undertook a multi-city tour. The results were issued as the album Reunion Live. A 2004 single, "Flies On The Butter (You Can't Go Home Again)" was recorded with Naomi; however, the single was credited as "Wynonna with Naomi Judd" instead of "The Judds".
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Genres:
Country
Band Members:
Wynonna Judd, Naomi Judd
Hometown:
Ashland, Kentucky

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Fan Reviews

Maria
February 25th 2023
I was ecstatic to see Wynonna in her journey to heal. Her queen of everything would be so proud as she always was. I was a little shaken over Wynonna getting dizzy on stage but in true Wynonna fashion she kept on. I feel like she was having a hard day. Loved Wy and the others that sang with her.
Savannah, GA@
Enmarket Arena
Stephanie
February 19th 2023
This show was touching at times. It was a celebration of life for Naomi as well as a glimpse into Winona's musical journey. It also wasn't rushed. We were there for almost 3 hours. I can't say enough about the perfection of Winona's singing. She's flawless! She has always been great and still is. ❤️
Charleston, WV@
Charleston Civic Center Coliseum
DAve
February 18th 2023
The Judds (Wynonna, Martina McBride with Tanya Tucker) 2/16/23 “It was a girl’s night out, one that even the boys could enjoy at The Well in Greenville South Carolina. Thursday evening marked the 10th show of the 2nd or 2023rd leg of what was billed as ‘The Final Tour’ of The Judds. When Wynonna stated that she’d honor the initial 10 date commitment of the tour in 2022 (announced on April 1st prior to her mother’s untimely passing), I honestly wasn’t sure what she’d be able to give. It was to have been Naomi and Wynonna’s first tour in a decade. Frankly when the second leg was announced I avoided my ticket purchase curious to see which special guests would be penciled in for the South Carolina date. My reasoning was primarily due to my seeing Wynonna twice in the last 4 1/2 years, as recently as 7/3/21, each time in a small venue (436 and 637 seat theaters respectively). Things changed however with the announcement of support from Tanya Tucker (my first time ever seeing her) and a $22 ‘One Country Promo’ floor seat! Mind you Wynonna really ‘brought it’ both times I had seen her but I entered the venue this evening with some reservation due to the nature of the show. Those reservations were soon shattered and my skepticism proved completely unfounded. The 16,000 seat arena had most of the upper bowl sides curtained off leaving only the best views available for the 7,000 or so fans that were lucky enough to have exhibited the faith to purchase tickets. Spotting some friends on the floor closer than me with an empty seat adjacent I took the opportunity to upgrade myself, thanks Rick, Kelli, Pam, Gina & Randy! At precisely the scheduled start time ‘Very Special Guest’ Martina McBride took the stage. It was my 3rd time seeing Martina, the first being in 2015 at the top of her vocal game, the second in 2021 with Blake Shelton. In complete transparency, the 2021 performance was not good, and it wasn’t just my say so, her pitch was off and she kept playing with her ear monitors. I honestly felt so bad for her. Needless to say I went into the set with much trepidation. This time around the 56 year old (already warmed up from earlier tour dates) stepped up her game and performed well. The 50 minute / 11 song set beginning with ‘My Baby Loves Me’ included most all the hits excluding ‘Concrete Angel’ and ‘Safe In The Arms Of Love’. McBride addressed the audience, ‘I fell like one of our jobs tonight is to love and support Wynonna and one of the ways we can do that is to have a damn good time!’ Moving through ‘Wild Angels’ and ‘Blessed’ she substituted her own ‘I’m Gonna Love You Through It’ exchanging out ‘You Ain’t Woman Enough’, the 1966 Loretta Lynn classic she had been performing previously on the tour. Next there was ‘Love’s The Only House’, ‘This One’s For The Girls’, and a rendering of ‘A Broken Wing’ which was so powerfully performed that any vocal challenges prior to were completely lost and forgotten. She showed her appreciation to the fully roused audience, ‘I gotta say, I hate to call besties but I’m just saying’, and to the seven person band which had remained mostly in the background up to that point, the spotlight majorly positioned on her alone. ‘By the way, how ‘bout a hand for this fabulous band I have with me.’ At last came ‘Independence Day’ which after struggling through the first chorus she extended the microphone to the audience for assistance on the second. Everything rounded out as an all-in-all solid performance! After a half hour intermission the second half commenced with a 1.23 hour / 18 song set from Wynonna and Company beginning with ‘Had A Dream’ in a backdrop of stars and smoke. The stage set had a retro feel to it that I would imagine an 80’s concert would have had (prior to my days of discovering country music). There were warmly lit hanging light bars extending out from the stage with the classic Judds logo on the left and right side screens. Wynonna’s famous white guitar and a pedal steel added to the atmosphere. On the floor we couldn’t see it but there was a projected image of an acoustic guitar top on the stage floor that was visible from time to time on the side screens. Her eight person band which included her husband/drummer Cactus Moser were super-tight the entire performance. The evening itself was creatively broken up into segments and not just your typical average concert set. Moving into ‘Give A Little Love’ Wynonna addressed the audience ’Is this really happening. Oh my goodness look at you, I’m so glad to be here in South Carolina.’ Early in the set (third song) she brought out the ladies for ‘Girl’s Night Out’, ‘Well ladies and gentlemen, Martina McBride and Tanya Tucker’. Next up was ‘Rockin With The Rhythm Of The Rain’. Here is where The Texas Tornado Miss Tanya Tucker took charge, you’d never know the two of them had not played together live prior to the evening. Sixty-four year old Tanya dressed in a Judds shirt with huge blinged sunglasses walked across the stage and handed Martina a pair, Wynonna in wonderment pondering, ‘She was so nervous at soundcheck.’ Next the duo performed ‘Love Is Alive’, ‘I can’t believe she’s (Tanya) here to sing harmonies, what a blessing this is.’ TT replied, ‘It’s an honor.’ ‘Wynonna assuring us, ‘You learn who your true friends are when you’re going through a tough time. She’s (Tanya) blinged out tonight more so than me but okay.’ Tanya in reply, ‘Hey, I did this myself I blinged The Judds, sure did’. One would swear the interaction was all pre-planned they both worked and sung so well together. At the line in the song, ‘Here by me’ Wynonna extended her hand and grabbed Tanya’s. Tanya slid over close and kissed Wynonna’s hand. Wynonna finished the song line ‘yes indeed’! Mid-set a curtain came down illuminated all in red for a scaled down set featuring guitar, mandolin (played by Cactus), upright bass, and dobro on ‘Guardian Angel’, ‘Flies On The Butter’, and ‘Young Love’ (with the addition of pedal steel). Curtain up and Tanya joined in again for ‘Born To Be Blue’, Wynonna turning to Tanya addressing again her apparent nervousness at soundcheck, ‘You been faking all day!’ Other songs included, ‘Tell Me Why’, ‘Turn It Loose’, ‘She Is His Only Need’ and ’No One Else On Earth’. Of note, the set list was scaled back from earlier dates which featured up to twenty-four songs possibly due to her dizzy spell last week in Dayton or it could have been just the change in special guest appearances. The regular set ended with a truly moving ‘Love Can Build A Bridge’. With her hand extended Wynonna led a sentiment of prayer and acknowledgement of gratitude. ‘Thank You Lord again for healing me today and all the days of my life so that I can be with my family of choice, my fans. I’m so grateful that I didn’t cancel. I’m so grateful that you’re here and that I’m here and yes there’s always hope. You just got to show up and show out!’ The song featured a video backdrop showcasing a half screen of Naomi singing her part directly facing Wynonna on the other half screen singing her part live. You had to be there, Naomi’s presence could be felt in the room! An encore trifecta featured Wynonna solo on ‘Mama He’s Crazy’, then ‘Granpa Tell Me Bout The Good Old Days’ followed by ‘Why Not Me’ with full band. It was a special and moving evening indeed. Wynonna commenting in an interview with regard to her second leg of the tour summed things up, ‘There will be tours and concerts, but this is something that is between a memorial and a celebration of life!” Review and photos by DAve (Concert #746, 747)
Greenville, SC@
Bon Secours Wellness Arena
View More Fan Reviews

About The Judds

Naomi Judd was born Diana Ellen Judd on Jan. 11, 1946, in Ashland, Ky. Finding herself pregnant, she quickly got married but not to the father of her first child, daughter Christina Ciminella. Christina, born May 30, 1964, became known as Wynonna Judd when the mother-daughter duo stormed the country charts in the 1980s.
After Naomi divorced, she moved from their latest home in Hollywood, back to Morrill, Ky., with Wynonna and another daughter Ashley. There, she worked as a nurse in a local infirmary. Outside working and school hours, she and the children would sing anything from bluegrass to showbiz standards for their own amusement. However, when Wynonna nurtured aspirations to be a professional entertainer, her mother lent her encouragement, to the extent of moving the family to Nashville in 1979. Naomi's contralto subtly underlined Wynonna's tuneful drawl.

In addition to many performances on Ralph Emery's morning television show, Naomi elicited an audition for RCA Records while tending a hospitalized relation of label producer Brent Maher. With a past that read like a Judith Krantz novel, the Judds -- so the executives considered -- would have more than an even chance in the country market. An exploratory mini-album, which contained proved the executives correct. The single "Had a Dream (From the Heart)" peaked at No. 17 in 1984. Later that year, the Judds scored their first of 14 No. 1 hits with "Mama He's Crazy."
Self-composed songs included Naomi's 1989 composition "Change of Heart," dedicated to her future second husband (and former Elvis Presley backing vocalist) Larry Strickland. Meanwhile, Maher co-wrote hits such as 1985's Grammy-winning "Why Not Me," "Turn It Loose," "Girls Night Out," "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout The Good Ol' Days)" and "Rockin' With the Rhythm of the Rain."

Most Judds records exhibited an acoustic bias and a penchant for star guests that included the Jordanaires on "Don't Be Cruel," Emmylou Harris on "The Sweetest Gift," Mark Knopfler on his "Water of Love" and Bonnie Raitt playing slide guitar on the album Love Can Build a Bridge. In 1988, the pair became the first female country act to found their own booking agency (Pro-Tours), but a chronic hepatitis infection forced Naomi to retire from the concert stage two years later.


The Judds toured America in a series of farewell concerts before Wynonna began her solo career. Wynonna got off to a strong start, as her first two singles both went to #1. Her 1994 single "Girls With Guitars" featured Naomi (as well as Lyle Lovett) on backup vocals.
In 1998, The Judds appeared in a commercial for the retail chain Kmart, singing Wynonna's single "Woman To Woman".
In 1999, Wynonna reunited with her mother for a New Year's Eve concert in Phoenix. The following year, the duo recorded four new tracks for a bonus disc issued with Wynonna's album New Day Dawning, and undertook a multi-city tour. The results were issued as the album Reunion Live. A 2004 single, "Flies On The Butter (You Can't Go Home Again)" was recorded with Naomi; however, the single was credited as "Wynonna with Naomi Judd" instead of "The Judds".
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Genres:
Country
Band Members:
Wynonna Judd, Naomi Judd
Hometown:
Ashland, Kentucky

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