Country icon Wynonna Judd has been cranking out No. 1 hits since the '80s, and three decades later she sounds as vibrant as ever with her band The Big Noise. Wynonna made her debut with The Big Noise in 2011, and since then the group has wowed critics and fans alike with their passionate performances of her classic hits and new tunes like "Love it Out Loud". With tender ballads like "Come Some Rainy Day", rollicking tunes like "Girls With Guitars", and highly personal anecdotes from the grande dame herself, Wynonna and The Big Noise have something for everyone on their exhilarating live tours.
Wynonna rose to fame in the early '80s performing with her mother Naomi in the legendary country duo the Judds. Between 1984-1991 the mother-daughter pair released three No. 1 albums and fourteen No. 1 singles, and by the time Wynona launched her solo career in the early '90s she was already country music royalty. Her self-titled 1992 debut album topped the country charts, as did its first three singles "She Is His Only Need", "I Saw the Light", and "No One Else On Earth". Three more Top 5 country albums followed in the decade, establishing her as one of the genre's most influential and revered artists. Her success continued in the '00s with the chart-topping 2003 album What the World Needs Now is Love and the genre-spanning 2009 album Sing: Chapter 1, which spawned her first hit on the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart. A veteran performer with enough charm and charisma to fill even the biggest amphitheater, Wynona continues to dazzle on perennial tours with her band The Big Noise.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"Wynonna was amazing!! She was funny and energetic pouring everything she had into every song. Her version of Foreigners "I Want To Know What Love Is" was powerful and brought me to tears."
"Wow, the new arrangement of old favorites, especially 'I Know Where I'm Going', are phenomenal! The energy level is through the roof & vocal performance is stellar!"
"How can you not love Wynonna!!! Sassy, sexy, smooth, silky voice!! She rocked the house and put energy in my soul. My husband, a non-country music guy, even loved her."