Naomi Judd, Part Of Grammy-award Winning Country Music Duo The Judds, Has Died At The Age Of 76. Judd's Daughters, Country Singer Winona And Actress Ashley Judd Confirmed

The Artist's Death In A Statement On Saturday. "Today We Sisters Experienced A Tragedy.

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We Have Lost Our Beautiful Mother To Mental Illness." She Wrote In A Statement, "We Are Shattered.

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We Are Moving On From Deep Sadness And Know That As Much As We Loved Her, She Loved Her People. We Are In Unknown Territory."

With Her Daughter Winona As A Member Of The Judds, Naomi Judd Became The Most Successful Mom Ever To Record And Perform

Betty Starred In Country Music Before The Group Stopped Performing In The Early 1990s. Judds' Hits Include 1984's Mama's Crazy

Which Won The Group Their First Grammy Award, 1985's "Grandpa (Tell Me 'bout The Good Old Days)" And 1990's "Love Can Build A Bridge".

Last Year, The Judge Was Announced For Induction Into The Country Music Hall Of Fame, And Was Scheduled To Be Inducted On Sunday.

The Group Also Recently Announced A Final Tour Starting In September. "Fans Have Always Been My Family

Loved It," Judd Said In A Statement Announcing The Tour. "I Love Him So Much, So I'm Chopin' To Belt Out His Hits And Reunite With Him Once Again."

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Naomi Judd Was Born Diana Allen Judd On January 11, 1946, In Ashland, Ky., And Gave Birth To Winona The Week Of Her High School Graduation.

She Moved To Los Angeles In The Late 1960s, The New York Times Reported In A 1984 Profile At The Beginning Of The Rise Of The Judds, Where She Worked As A Model.