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`The Judds - All-Time Greatest Hits` (Photo provided by Webster PR)
"The Judds - All-Time Greatest Hits" (Photo provided by Webster PR)

The Judds set to release 'All-Time Greatest Hits'


Mon, Jun 5th 2017 02:50 pm
Together, Country Music icons Wynonna and Naomi Judd made musical history throughout their career, receiving eight gold and eight platinum records, selling over 20 million albums and scoring 20 Top 10 hits between 1984-90. Now, Curb Records is excited to bring fans the ultimate collection of those years together.
"The Judds - All-Time Greatest Hits" will be released on Friday, June 30 - and will feature each of the classic hits that helped to make them a household name on country radio in the 1980s and 1990s.
"Some things continue to get better with time, like fine wine and the Judds music," Naomi Judd said. "I'm so proud that our music has stood the test of time. It makes my heart smile when I turn on country radio and I can sing along with our hits."
The 21-song set will feature each of the duo's Top 10 hits, as well as "You Can't Go Home Again (Flies On The Butter)," a recording from 2011. Beginning with the classic No. 1 hit "Mama, He's Crazy" in 1984, and continuing through 1991's "One Hundred and Two," the duo established a career that will stand with one of the top duets in country music history. Fourteen times the duo topped the Billboard country singles chart, and each of their five studio albums were certified gold or platinum.
Along with their sales and airplay success, The Judds also dominated the awards shows like no artist before their time. Starting in 1984, the duo netted nine CMA Awards, including a run from 1985-91 as either Vocal Duo or Vocal Group of the Year. Their trophies also include the 1985 Single of the Year "Why Not Me," which is also included on "The Judds - All Time Greatest Hits." They also won seven straight trophies from the Academy of Country Music - and the 2013 Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award. Their award collection also includes five Grammy awards.
The Judds were the subject of a 1988 CBS TV special called "Across The Heartland," a 1995 NBC miniseries based on "Love Can Build A Bridge," the best-selling novel written by Naomi, and a 2011 reality series, "The Judds," on the Oprah Winfrey Network.

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