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Megan Mullally is coming to town

The Boston Globe
Mullally directed the music video for their first single, “Please, Mr. Jailer.” It's a soulful, eye-catching, entertaining clip that Mullally gleefully describes as a cross between the Judds and Bauhaus. Get The Weekender in your inbox: The Globe's top ...

1984 CMAs Best New Artist Winner The Judds News

Duane Donald “Fred” Hidding, Aug. 1, 1932-March 10, 2017

Times-Citizen Communications
Music selections included recordings of "Grandpa" by the Judds and "The Old Rugged Cross" by Alan Jackson. Serving as honorary pallbearers were Fred's grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Wesley Cunningham, Cade Cunningham, ...

1984 CMAs Best New Artist Winner The Judds News

Wayne Newton reaches Nirvana in new project

Las Vegas Review-Journal
The band was a highlight in the The Judds' extended engagement at Venetian Theater in October 2015. Comedy is booked in the room on April 22 with the previously announced Andrew Dice Clay performance (Clay will continue to work three-day weekends ...

1984 CMAs Best New Artist Winner The Judds News

Rebecca Judd models for Next at Virgin Australia Melbourne ...

Herald Sun
REBECCA Judd has made a rare catwalk appearance tonight with husband Chris and two of her four children sitting front row. The TV presenter led the fashion ...

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