As a Grammy-winning duo, The Judds Appointed to Country Music Hall of Fame Museum on Sunday nightWynonna Judd talked about the death of her mother Naomi just a day ago.
Following a brief remark from his sister Ashley, Winona spoke for about four minutes.
“It’s strange dynamics that this breaks and this is blessed … but my heart is broken, but I keep singing,” she said.
Winona said Naomi Judd, 76, died At 2:20 pm she kissed her mother “on her forehead” and left. She also said that her last action with her, Ashley, and another family without her name was praying for the 23rd Psalm of the Bible. All the crowds in attendance completed her speech by chanting a poem with Judd.
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“Today, our sisters have experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to a mental illness,” said a release shared by a Duo spokeswoman Saturday afternoon. “We have shattered. We have overcome her deep sorrow and know that she was loved by her masses because we loved her. We. Is in an unknown territory. “
Vocalist and fellow Kentucky Ricky Skaggs invited Wynonna and Naomi Judd into the hall. Quoting the legendary music that connects people with “front pouch, back pouch, no pouch”, his comments also appeal to the crowd attending to use prayer and love as healing clues in many Bibles. I referred to the scriptures.
This article was originally published in Nashville, Tennessee. Wynonna Judd talks about the death of her mother Naomi at the entrance ceremony