During Sunday night’s CMT concert for the late Naomi Judd, sisters Ashley Judd and Wynonna Judd stood on stage and told the audience how much they missed their mother. At one point, Wynonna interrupts Ashley and starts a brief argument, but the way the siblings do it takes root in a life of anger and love.
The country music community meets today at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville to commemorate one of its own. As expected, the best way is to honor and commemorate one of the greatest hitmakers of the genre in the song.
Naomi Judd: A River of Time is shown live and there is no ad on CMT. “It’s very strange, but very natural, to be for (fans) our chosen family at the age of 38,” Wynonna Judd said at the end of the memorial. “This is my little light, I’ll let it shine,” he said, putting on the gospel anthem,
Then Wynonna said she was going on an 11-day national tour, which she had previously announced to her mother.
The tribute includes performances by Ashley McBryde, Brad Paisley, Brandi Carlile, Carly Pearce, Emmylou Harris & Allison Russell, Gaither Vocal Band, Jamey Johnson, Little Big Town and Wynonna Judd.
Bette Midler, Bono, Morgan Freeman, Oprah Winfrey, Reba McEntire, Reese Witherspoon and Salma Hayek also gave the former country singer special messages.
After the program, a rally was held on Broadway in Nashville, where fans lined up to say goodbye to Naomi Judd. The celebration was sponsored by Robin Roberts, co-founder of Good Morning America ABC and a close family friend. Roberts was a former WSMV sports reporter / presenter when Judds appeared on Ralph Emery’s WSM-TV morning show.
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