The Judds Ease Mother-Daughter Tensions With Music
Naomi Judd was a divorced mother of two strong-willed daughters when she decided to move back home to Kentucky in 1976. Living was simple and isolated, and 12-year-old Wynonna was soon bored out of her mind. After Naomi handed her a guitar, they began harmonizing together. The music duo quickly learned that, even though they couldn’t always talk to each other, they could sing together.
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