What is Wynonna Judd’s Net Worth?
|Net Worth:||$12 Million|
|Age:||57 Years Old|
|Born:||30 May 1964|
|Salary:||$2 Million (Annual)|
An American singer, Wynonna Judd, is worth an estimated $12 million. Her mother, Wynonna, and her sister, Naomi, formed the group “The Judds,” and she was signed to RCA Records as a member of the group. Between 1983 and 1991, the Judds had 23 Billboard Hot Country Hits chart toppers, including 14 number one singles.
Country music’s most popular and award-winning female vocalist, she’s a household name. As a result, she is one of the most successful musicians in country music with 19 No. 1 songs, including those by the Judds.
Life in the Earlier Years
Christina Claire Ciminella was born on May 30, 1964, in Ashland, Kentucky. Her younger half-sister is actress Ashley Judd. It wasn’t long before Wynonna began to perform country music after receiving a guitar for Christmas. Nashville, Tennessee, became their new home in 1979 when they migrated to seek a career in the entertainment industry.
During a K-mart-sponsored New Year’s Eve event in 1999, Wynonna reconnected with her mother, Naomi, to usher in the new century. A prolonged bout of hepatitis C meant that Naomi was forced to retire after a farewell tour in 1991. Their last tour, “The Last Encore,” took place in 2010 in 18 cities around the United States. I Will Stand with You: The Essential Collection was released by Curb Records in 2011. In 2013, the Judds marked 30 years of being a recording duo.
On Curb in 1991, Wynonna Judd began a solo career after the Judds broke up in 1991. Wynonna’s first three singles were “She Is His Only Need,” “I Saw the Light,” and “No One Else on Earth.” To make things even more impressive, all three tracks debuted at the top of Billboard’s country singles list simultaneously. More than 20 singles and eight studio albums have been released by her during her solo career; she has also released a Christmas album and two compilation albums. Three of her albums have been certified platinum or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Wynonna Judd & the Big Noise released “Cool Ya'” as a single. “Recollections” was published in 2020, followed by “Are You Ready For The Country” in 2021 in support of Public Television. A day before the Judds were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame as a couple, Naomi Judd, Wynonna’s mother, died of cancer at the age of 73.
Elijah Judd, Wynonna’s son with Arch Kelley III, was born in 1993. The couple married in 1996, while she was 4 months along in her second pregnancy. In 2003, Wynonna married D. R. Roach, her former bodyguard, in Tennessee. She filed for divorce five days after he was jailed in 2007 for sexually abusing a juvenile under the age of 13.
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- Heart of America with Michael McDonald and Eric Benét was recorded with Habitat for Humanity in 2005, and she was awarded the USO’s Merit Award for service to all US Armed Forces divisions that year.
- In 2007, Wynonna received a star on the Music City Walk of Fame.
- The Country Music Hall of Fame will induct Wynonna as a member of The Judds in 2021.
- In 1992, Wynonna Judd was named Best New Country Artist and Best Country Single by Billboard magazine.
- In 1992, Wynonna Judd received the Music Business Association’s Best Selling Country Female Award.
- A Playboy Award for Concert of the Year was bestowed upon her in 1993. (Black and Wy).
- She took home the Academy of Country Music’s Top Female Artist Award in 1994.
- Nominations for Female Vocalist (1992), Best Album (1992), Best Duo (1992), and Female Vocalist of the Year (1992) at the Country Music Association Awards (1994).
- Nominations for three 1993 Academy of Country Music Awards: Best Female Vocalist, Album of the Year, and Humanitarian of the Year (2003).
- Wynonna (1993) was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance, as was her duet with Clint Black on “A Bad Goodbye” (1994). Wynonna was again nominated for “Best Female Country Vocal Performance” in 1994 for her duet with “Only Love” (1995).
- Awards for Favorite Female/Country Musician (1997)
- The nominations for the Blockbuster Entertainment Awards’ Best Female/Country Actress category (1997)
- GMA Favorite Country Recorded Song nominee at the Dove Awards (2005)
Wynonna Judd is predicted to be worth $12 million as of 2022. Her music career and brand sponsorships, where she charges at least $50,000 for each campaign, provide the bulk of her revenue. As a result of her tireless efforts and economic success, she has emerged as one of country music’s most prominent female figures.