Country Music Hall of Fame Inductions Still Available After Naomi Judd Died


In a separate statement, a rep for the Country Music Hall of Fame said that Wynonna is planning on being in attendance at the induction ceremony, and that public red carpet arrivals have been canceled.

Neben den Judds gibt es noch weitere. Eddie Bayers, Ray CharlesAnd Pete DrakeSunday will see the induction of Country Music Hall of Famer.

The Judds gained fame in the 1980s and were awarded five Grammys for hits. “Mama He’s Crazy,” “Why Not Me,” “Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout the Good Old Days),” “Give A Little Love”And “Love Can Build A Bridge.”Naomi’s passing occurred weeks after the duo had announced their final tour. It was to start this fall. 

She also died days before her husband, a fellow singer. Larry StricklandThey were to celebrate their 33rd wedding anniversary.

On social media, Naomi was honored by scores of musicians. “We’ve been down the long road together,” Reba McEntirePosted on InstagramHere’s a throwback photo of the two. “I sure miss my buddy. Rest In Peace. Finally. Love you Naomi.”