Grammy Award winner Naomi Judd is no more with us. Naomi died at the age of 76. His family is deeply saddened by the passing of Naomi Judd. Naomi’s daughter and actress Ashley Judd has given information about this by sharing the post.
Ashley wrote- ‘Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our mother due to mental illness. We are scattered. We are deeply saddened and we know that the public loves them just as we used to love them.
In addition to daughter Ashley, Naomi’s husband and fellow singer Larry Strickland said she died near Nashville, Tennessee. As of now, no details have been released about Naomi’s death. The family has asked for privacy in this hour of grief.
Let us tell you that Naomi started her career with her daughter in 1980. The two started singing together. People liked the pair of both very much. He gave hit songs like Mama He’s Crazy and Love Can Build a Bridge. His first single, Had A Dream, was released in 1983. His next song Mama He’s Crazy went on to become the number one song on country radio.
Judds first received the Grammy Award in 1984. According to the information of the Country Music Hall of Fame, Judds had won five Grammy Awards in 7 years.