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Of Mums & Grammys: The Judds

Interview by Cynthia Rose, New Musical Express, April 1985

Part deep country and part cosmopolitan, this mom and daughter team have lived a Cinderella story which stood even Nashville on its ear. Now, No ...

The Judds: That John Deere Factor

Profile and Interview by Cynthia Rose, Creem, July 1985

DALLAS — AT age 18, Naomi Judd of Ashland, Kentucky, defaulted on her high school graduation: she was in a hospital giving birth to daughter ...

Records by Prince, The Judds et al

Review by Mary Harron, Observer, The, March 1986

Smokey Robinson: Smoke Signals (Tamla 6156TL); Prince: 'Kiss' (WEA W8751T 12 Inch); William Bell: Passion (WRC WIL-3001 US Import) ...

Judds: Rockin' With The Rhythm (RCA)

Review by Cynthia Rose, Creem, April 1986

A LONG YEAR on the road has honed Wynonna Judd's voice into probably the finest female instrument of country music today. ...

The Judds at the London Palladium

Live Review by Barney Hoskyns, New Musical Express, February 1987

ONLY COUNTRY, as glitzy and airbrushed as it’s become, could give us something as apple-pie downhome as a mother-daughter harmony duo. A Nashville fairy ...

The Judds: Harmonious Relations

Interview by Robin Katz, Over 21, August 1987

Country singing duo The Judds are keeping their success in the family. Mother and daughter talk to Robin Katz. ...

The Judds

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001

THE EIGHTIES equivalent of the Everly Brothers, Wynonna and her mother Naomi were the most successful female duo of modern country music. ...

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