Wynonna Judd Net Worth

What’s Wynonna Juddd’s net worth?

Wynonna Judd is a popular American country music performer with a net worth of around $12 million dollars. Her first fame came during the 1980s along with her mother Naomi with the duo of country musicians The Judds before she launched an independent career in the mid-90s.

Net Value:
Twelve Million
Date of birth:
May 30th June 30, 1964 (58 years old)
Where was the birthplace of your child:
5 feet 5 inches (1.66 m)
Singer, actor, musician Writer, Author, television producer, Philanthropist
United States of America

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Early Life

Wynonna Judd was born Christina Claire Ciminella on May 30, 1964, in Ashland, Kentucky. Her mother was a singer Naomi Judd. Her Ciminella last name Ciminella following Michael Ciminella, whom her mother had quickly married following her abandonment by her boyfriend, as well as Judd’s father of biological origin, Charles Jordan, who died in 2000. She is her younger half-sister, the actor Ashley Judd. The family relocated from Kentucky to Los Angeles in 1968, however, Naomi and Michael had divorced in 1972. The year was 1976. Wynonna and Naomi lived in Kentucky in Kentucky, and Wynonna took inspiration from songs her mom always played, and also learning to play guitar following the purchase of an instrument for Christmas.

Wynonna Judd Net Worth
Wynonna Judd Net Worth

It is the Judds

In 1979, the Judds made the move from Nashville, Tennessee. Nashville, Tennessee to pursue their musical careers as the mother-daughter couple known as The Judds. In the years 1983-91 The Judds recorded 23 smash singles in their Billboard Hot Country Singles charts and 14 top one singles. The group also released 8 studio albums as well as a Christmas album, and Two Greatest Hits compilations. Over their entire career The Judds have sold over 20 million records across the globe and have won more than sixty industry awards, which included Grammy Awards, five nominations for the Grammy Awards as well as Nine County Music Association awards (seven of which were consecutive) along with 8 Billboard Music Awards. At times they were the top-selling group in the country genre for a while, and they remained that way until they were overtaken by Brooks & Dunn in the 90s.

Hepatitis C led Naomi to retire early after a farewell tour in 1991. Wynonna as well as her mother were came together in 1999 to perform an event on New Year’s Eve that was sponsored by K-Mart. The two embarked on a concert tour with each other in 2000 as well as four brand new Judds songs came out. The group reunited in the year 2010 for “The Last Encore,” an 18-city concert tour. Following the great tour, they put out their new album in April 2011 “I Will Stand by You: The Essential Collection,” that featured two new tracks and 12 of their most popular hit songs.

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When the two parted ways, Wynonna signed to MCA Records as an artist on her own, and performed in the form of Wynonna. In the month of January, 1992, she performed as a solo artist in front of TV at first during the American Music Awards, unveiling her first single “She Is His Only Need” which was taken from her debut solo album, self-titled. The song reached the top spot at No. one on the Billboard country singles chart in 1993, and so did the album’s next three singles, “I Saw the Light” as well as “My Strongest Weakness” and “No One Else on Earth.” Her sophomore album, which was gold-selling “Tell Me Why”, came out in 1993. It resulted in five straight Top Ten hits on the chart for country music: “Only Love,” “Is It Over Yet,” “Rock Bottom,” and “Girls with Guitars”, that was composed by Mary Chapin Carpenter, and “Tell Me Why.” Wynonna received the ACM Female Artist of the Award in 1993. Although she was not present for the event the award was presented to her mother Naomi received the award on behalf of Wynonna.

In the year 1996, Wynonna released “Revelations,” her third studio album, which was certified platinum as well. It also began with her fourth and last number. one hit, “To Be Loved by You.” The fourth album she released on MCA was MCA label “The Other Side,” The album did not do like her previous three, and was only awarded the gold label, while its lead singles weren’t so popular as her prior songs. After that, she quit MCA to join Mercury Records.

As of 1999 Wynonna came out with her 5th solo album “New Day Dawning.” The sixth album “What the World Needs Now Is Love” came out in 2003. It was a huge success, with the first singles selling good. In the album was an Elvis Presley cover “Burning Love.” The year 2005 saw Wynonna issued “Her Story: Scenes from a Lifetime.” “Sing: Chapter 1,” was made available in 2009 and comprised mainly of song covers. Her brand new track “Love It Out Loud” in May of 2011. In March 2013, she debuted her debut single, “Something You Can’t Live Without,” from her upcoming album. Judd has released her new album of her studio work “Wynonna & The Big Noise” on February 12th in 2016. The album was accompanied by two singles “Jesus and a Jukebox” as well as “Things I Lean On.”


Judd played the role of Molly Cule in the animated “The Magic School Bus.” Juddd was a guest on Blue’s Clues in 1999. Judd was a guest performer on”Touched By an Angel” in the season five “Touched by an Angel.” The year 2005 was the time she appeared as an actor for “Hope & Faith.” In the same year, she performed “It’s About Love” for the VeggieTales episode “Lord of the Beams.” She was a part of a special show for NBC in 2007, titled “Wynonna: A Tribute on Ice,” featuring skaters Kimmie Meissner as well as Brian Boitano. The actress also hosted season 4 of the American show “Nashville Star.”

Wynonna was one of the contestants on the 16th season of “Dancing with the Stars”. The pair was joined by the all-star champion of season 16 Tony Dovolani. They as well as Dovolani were the first couple to be to be eliminated.

My Life

Judd was married Arch Kelly III in 1996. They had a son named Elijah Judd, in December 1994. Being born “out of wedlock” affected her career in this period because her following was mostly traditional. Her second spouse was D.R. Roach who she got wed in the month of November 2003. In 2007 Roach was convicted of an assault on children who was under 13. The divorce petition was filed within five days. Judd was married to her long-time lover Cactus Moser, drummer of Highway 101 Highway 101, Cactus Moser on the 10th of June on the 10th of June 2012 in her home at Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee. A few months later, Moser was severely injured during a motorbike crash that occurred in South Dakota, which resulted in his leg needing been amputated.

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