The new compilation album A Tribute To The Judds will feature reimagined versions of 15 tracks made famous by the famous country duo, performed by some of country music’s most famous artists. Naomi Judd died at age 76 in April 2022.
Trisha Yearwood will join Wynonna Judd for a new take on “Cry Myself to Sleep,” while Dolly Parton and Lainey Wilson team up for their take on “Mama He’s Crazy.” Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani perform “Love Is Alive,” and The Judd’s feminine anthem, “Girls Night Out,” is performed by Reba McEntire, Carly Pearce, Jennifer Nettles, and Gabby Barrett.
Other artists appearing on the tribute record include Ashley McBryde, Cody Johnson, Ella Langley, Jamey Johnson, Jelly Roll, K. Michelle, LeAnn Rimes, Megan Moroney, Molly Tuttle, O.N.E. The Duo, Raul Malo, Rob Ickes, Shelly Fairchild, Sonya Isaacs, The Fisk Jubilee Singers, Trey Hensley, and Wendy Moten.
Said Wynonna Judd: “To have all of these artists, most of which are my friends, come together and lend their voices and artistry to reimagine these songs, is so special. These songs are so timeless and I am so excited for them to live on for generations to come.”
Proceeds from A Tribute To The Judds is in partnership with the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI), in honor of Naomi Judd. The album is set for release on Oct. 27, to preorder, head here.
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