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Virtual Exhibit Showcasing Rare Artifacts from Naomi Judd’s Legendary Career

The Naomi Judd Estate, in partnership with Definitive Authentic and Mercy Community Healthcare, is set to launch a series of virtual exhibits showcasing rare artifacts from the life of activist, philanthropist, and American cultural icon Naomi Judd. The first collection, titled ‘Artist’, will be available on May 1st, marking the two-year anniversary of The Judds’ induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Curated by The Naomi Judd Estate and Definitive Authentic, the ‘Artist’ collection will feature behind-the-scenes photos, awards, a personal stage map with handwritten notes, and a shooting script for the “Grandpa” music video, among other items. A portion of the proceeds from the exhibit will be donated to The Naomi Judd Mental Health Clinic at Mercy Community Healthcare in Franklin, TN.

Larry Strickland, Naomi’s husband, expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to share Naomi’s memories with her fans through these archives. Director of Hill Entertainment Group + Naomi Judd Estate Archivist Kodi Chandler emphasized the meticulous record-keeping of Naomi, allowing a deeper exploration of her life and legacy.

The release of the ‘Artist’ collection is just the beginning of an exciting year for Judd fans, with plans for the first-ever vinyl release of The Judds’ final studio album, ‘Love Can Build A Bridge’, in the US. This release will include lyric sheets and never-before-seen photos from Naomi’s personal collection, promising more exciting projects to come.