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January 16, 1989 | DENNIS HUNT, Times Staff Writer
Wynonna Judd was looking daggers at her mother, Naomi, across the lunch table the other day. "Ain't she sweet?" drawled Naomi, who sings with her daughter in the Judds, country music's best duo. Uncomfortable with the doting, Wynonna said: "I love my momma but sometimes . . . she's just like a mamma." "Sure I'm like any mamma," countered Naomi. "And we're just ordinary, plain girls."
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April 12, 1992 | ROBERT HILBURN, Robert Hilburn is The Times' pop music critic
Wynonna Judd's red hair blows in the brisk afternoon wind as she steps from the '57 Chevy in the parking lot of Dotson's, her favorite hometown restaurant. As funky as an aged guitar, Dotson's has been a favorite hangout for Wynonna ever since her mom, Naomi, drove that same bright red Chevy here from Kentucky about a dozen years ago.
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December 10, 1990 | ROBERT HILBURN, TIMES POP MUSIC CRITIC
What a class act. There was every possibility of melodrama when the Judds walked on stage Saturday at the Universal Amphitheatre. It was the first Southern California appearance of the colorful mother-daughter country-music team since Naomi Judd announced on Oct. 19 that she is retiring next year. Naomi, 44, is suffering from chronic active hepatitis, a potentially life-threatening disease.
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December 10, 1990 | ROBERT HILBURN, TIMES POP MUSIC CRITIC
What a class act. There was every possibility of melodrama when the Judds walked on stage Saturday at the Universal Amphitheatre. It was the first Southern California appearance of the colorful mother-daughter country-music team since Naomi Judd announced on Oct. 19 that she is retiring next year. Naomi, 44, is suffering from chronic active hepatitis, a potentially life-threatening disease.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 12, 1992 | ROBERT HILBURN, Robert Hilburn is The Times' pop music critic
Wynonna Judd's red hair blows in the brisk afternoon wind as she steps from the '57 Chevy in the parking lot of Dotson's, her favorite hometown restaurant. As funky as an aged guitar, Dotson's has been a favorite hangout for Wynonna ever since her mom, Naomi, drove that same bright red Chevy here from Kentucky about a dozen years ago.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 16, 1989 | DENNIS HUNT, Times Staff Writer
Wynonna Judd was looking daggers at her mother, Naomi, across the lunch table the other day. "Ain't she sweet?" drawled Naomi, who sings with her daughter in the Judds, country music's best duo. Uncomfortable with the doting, Wynonna said: "I love my momma but sometimes . . . she's just like a mamma." "Sure I'm like any mamma," countered Naomi. "And we're just ordinary, plain girls."
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