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Naomi Judd Was Honored at the ‘river of Time’ Memorial Service.

Naomi Judd was honored with words and powerful music at a public service on Sunday. Wynonna, Wynonna’s daughter, announced that she would continue a planned tour for later in the year.

Wynonna Judd stated, “Tonight is an occasion. At the same time, I can’t express how sad I am.” “I miss her so very much.

“After much thought, I decided to honor her by doing this tour. To applause and cheers at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, she stated that “I’m just going have to.” “Tonight, as the show closes, it must continue, no matter how difficult it may be. We will all show up together, and you’ll carry me.

Naomi Judd Was Honored at the 'river of Time’ Memorial Service.

Judd, who was 76 years old, died on April 30, at her home. just one day before Wynonna and she were due to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. The ceremony continued, but it was not clear whether Wynonna Judd would continue with plans for The Judds’ tour that was scheduled to start in September.

According to The Associated Press, her family stated that she died from “the disease mental illness”.

Ashley, Ashley’s daughter, said last week on “Good Morning America”, that her mother had shot herself.

Emmylou Harris and Brad Paisley were some of the performers that took to the stage during Naomi Judd’s memorial service “The River of Time”, which was broadcast live on CMT.

Wynonna Judd returned later to the stage to perform “The Rose”, with Brandi Carlile. Wynonna Judd stopped her performance once to redo a section of “The Rose” with Brandi Carlile. Her voice rose as the crowd cheered.

Naomi Judd Was Honored at the 'river of Time’ Memorial Service.

Naomi Judd‘s youngest daughter Ashley delivered a speech that traced the life of her mother from Kentucky’s humble beginnings to superstardom.

Ashley Judd cried, “We are here tonight to remember an icon and a legendary who left country music better than she found it,” Ashley Judd stated.

“She was every woman. The actor suggested that this may be why people felt like they knew her. She was a nurse. She was a single mother who relied sometimes on public assistance. She suffered traumatization from early childhood sexual abuse, intimate partner violence, and even rape. Her boss fired her after she refused to leave him for a weekend.

“Tonight we remember her in music,” said the actor, introducing Wynonna, Wynonna’s sister who sang “River of Time”.

Naomi Judd Was Honored at the 'river of Time’ Memorial Service.

The Ryman Auditorium was filled with the lyrics “I’m holding back a flood of tears, just thinking about ’bout those good years, like all these good times that are now gone,” which Judd’s daughters pointed out was country music’s “Mother Church.”

Carly Pearce performed “Why Not Me” by the Judds, noting that she is a Kentucky girl herself and saying that she was picturing Naomi flipping her skirt in heaven tonight.

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