Venue: Orleans Showroom
4500 W. Tropicana Ave.
Las Vegas, NV
Show Dates: December 6, 2013 - December 7, 2013
Show Times: 8pm
Show Length: 90 minutes
$82.50, $99 & $110
Wynonna Judd first gained fame as her mother's songwriting and singing partner in The Judds. At their first show in 1984, they played to an audience of 10,000 as the opening act for the Statlers.
The duo released more than 20 hits songs and earned a stack of awards. The Country Music Association's Horizon Award for 1984 was the first of their eight CMA awards. They won the first of four Grammys in 1985. The Judds' sales soared to more than 11 million worldwide, including six gold, three platinum and one double platinum album.
The Judds' career as a duo came to an end when Naomi Judd retired due to illness.
Wynonna continued with her musical career and debuted as a solo singer on network TV at the American Music Awards with a performance of "She Is His Only Need." Copies of the single were overnighted to radio stations, and by the end of the next day, Wynonna Judd was an established star on country radio.
The album "Wynonna," released in 1992, featured "She Is His Only Need," "I Saw the Light" and "My Strongest Weakness," all of which reached No. 1 on the country charts.
1993's "Tell Me Why" was another smash hit. In 1997, Wynonna released a greatest hits collection featuring hit singles like "Rock Bottom," "Girls with Guitars," "Only Love" and "No One Else on Earth."
She released "New Day Dawning" in 2000 and "What the World Needs Now Is Love" in 2003. The first single off the album, "What the World Needs Now," reached the Top 20 on the country charts.
In 2005, Wynonna released a combined DVD / CD package" Her Story: Scenes from a Lifetime." The album was followed by others including "A Classic Christmas" (2006), "Sing: Chapter 1" (2009) and "Love Heals" (2010).
Wynonna’s autobiography "Coming Home to Myself" was published in 2006. In 2007 she was honored with a star on the Music City Walk of Fame. She has also done notable charity work with the USO, Habitat for Humanity and YouthAids organization.
Wynonna has appeared as herself on the TV shows "Kath & Kim" and "Army Wives." She hosted the fourth season of "Nashville Stars" in 2007 and appeared as a contestant on "Dancing With The Stars" in 2013.