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The Women Songwriters Hall of Fame inducted country music icon and GRAMMY® winning songwriter Naomi Judd during its first ceremony at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. The event paid homage to women whose body of work represents the best of heritage and legacy of modern American music. "It’s always gratifying when someone acknowledges your best efforts. I love expressing my deepest feelings as I did in writing 'Love Can Build A Bridge.' Not only was I being celebrated at this auspicious event in Washington, D.C., I was among other accomplished songwriters. It was fun to reconnect with Valerie Simpson of Ashford Simpson fame. A good time was had by all!" Naomi Judd shared.
Lifetime, the exclusive home of movies inspired by books from best-selling author V.C. Andrews, premieres the next movie series event, centered on the Landry Family, this March, beginning March 20 at 8 p.m. ET/PT with Ruby starring Naomi Judd (The Killing Game). Ruby also stars Crystal Fox (Big Little Lies), Gil Bellows (Patriot), Deborah Cox (Influence), twins Raechelle Banno (Pandora), Karina Banno (The Letdown) and Lauralee Bell (The Young and the Restless).
Tune in: Naomi Judd to Present During The American Humane Hero Dog Awards on Hallmark Channel Oct. 19 at 8/7c
Six-time GRAMMY®, nine-time CMA and seven-time ACM Award-winning entertainer, Naomi Judd, will appear during the The American Humane Hero Dog Awards on the Hallmark Channel Monday, Oct. 19 at 8/7c. Naomi will present an award to service dog service dog Dolly Pawton and her handler. The American Humane Hero Dog Awards is an annual, nationwide competition that recognizes the heroes on both ends of the leash. Seven courageous canines will be featured, and only one dog will be awarded the 2020 American Hero Dog title. Annually, the event is a formal gala at the Beverly Hilton, but this year the event is virtual due to COVID-19. For more information and to donate, visit herodogawards.org.
Lifetime, the exclusive home of V.C. Andrews movies, adds big names to their next movie series event centered on the Landry Family with Naomi Judd (The Killing Game), Crystal Fox (Big Little Lies), Gil Bellows (Patriot) and Deborah Cox (Influence) in the first installment of the series, "Ruby." Naomi Judd joins the previously announced cast twins Raechelle Banno (Pandora) and Karina Banno (The Letdown) and Lauralee Bell (The Young and the Restless). The movie series follows Ruby Landry, who after being raised by her loving grandmother (Naomi Judd) in the Louisiana bayou, is ensnared in a world of dark family secrets and betrayal, upon discovering that she has another family living in New Orleans.
NAOMI JUDD PARTNERS WITH LOOPED FOR ONE-ON-ONE MEET & GREET EVENT TO BENEFIT NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS TENNESSEE (NAMI)
Country music icon, Naomi Judd, has partnered with Looped, a new platform that enables fans to video chat live with their favorite celebrities, for a one-on-one meet and greet event on July 6 at 2:00 p.m. CDT. Proceeds from the event benefit the National Alliance on Mental Illness Tennessee (NAMI) which provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.
Five-time GRAMMY®, nine-time CMA and seven-time ACM Award-winning iconic duo, The Judds, will receive a star on the world's most famous walkway, The Hollywood Walk of Fame. "After 37 years, I still find myself amazed! What a journey it has been so far. Thankful to still be included," said Wynonna Judd. "Many years ago before moving to Nashville, we lived in Hollywood. It was a very hard time. I could barely pay the rent and keep food on the table for Ashley, Wynonna and myself. Walking down Hollywood Boulevard, and seeing those stars under my feet, it just never occurred to me that our names would one day be on a Star with all of those famous people. It’s surreal to even imagine it now. I’m thrilled that we have been given such amazing recognition," Naomi Judd shared.
A fresh, crisp acoustic sound with undeniable harmonies surged across country radio stations 35 years ago when The Judds first single, "Have A Dream (For The Heart)," peaked at No. 17 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs in 1984. Country music's sonic landscape changed after that. This years marks The Judds 35th anniversary of unparalleled success – a feat Naomi Judd opens up about in the January 21 issue of Woman's World, on newsstands today.
Naomi Judd, Billy Ray Cyrus, Tanya Tucker, Bellamy Brothers and Phil Vassar React to Passing of Former US President George H.W. Bush
Country artists reflect on performing and meeting Former US President George H.W. Bush.