Dolly Parton, Reba, & Blake Shelton Among Artists Featured On New Judds Tribute Album

Dolly Parton, Reba, & Blake Shelton Among Artists Featured On New Judds Tribute Album | Classic Country Music | Legendary Stories and Songs Videos

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A Tribute To The Judds Album Features All-Star List Of Artists Performing The Judds’ Iconic Songs

A new album is coming out this fall to honor the mother-daughter country duo The Judds. The album’s release is slated for October 27, 2023, just a little over a year after Naomi Judd died on April 30, 2022.

Naomi Judd with her daughters Wynonna and Ashley
Wynonna Judd / Instagram

We’ve heard whispers about the tribute album for awhile. Back in May, Dolly Parton shared she recorded a duet with Lainey Wilson featured on the record.

They’re doing an album for The Judds for mental illness and some of the problems that [Naomi Judd] had. So they’re doing a whole album of the songs, and I got to do ‘Mama He’s Crazy’ with Lainey,” Dolly said.

Judds Tribute Album Features Tons Of Collaborations

Now, we know the full track list for the Tribute to the Judds album. The record contains 14 covers of famous Judds songs such as “Why Not Me,” “Young Love,” and “Love Can Build a Bridge.”

In addition to Parton and Wilson’s duet, some of the other collaborations include:

See The Full Track List For The New Judds Tribute Album Below

1. “Girls Night Out” – Reba McEntire, Carly Pearce, Jennifer Nettles, Gabby Barrett
2. “Mama He’s Crazy’ – Lainey Wilson and Dolly Parton
3. “Why Not Me” – Megan Moroney
4. “Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout the Good Old Days)” – Cody Johnson (Feat. Sonya Isaacs)
5. “Rockin’ With the Rhythm of the Rain” – Ashley McBryde and Shelly Fairchild
6. “Young Love (Strong Love)” – Ella Langley and Jamey Johnson
7. “Have Mercy” – LeAnn Rimes
8. “Love Is Alive” – Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton
9. “Had a Dream (For the Heart)” – Wendy Moten and O.N.E The Duo
10. “I Know Where I’m Going” – Barnett, Lynne & West
11. “Let Me Tell You About Love” – Carl Perkins and Raul Malo
12. “John Deere Tractor” – Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley and Molly Tuttle
13. “Cry Myself to Sleep” – Wynonna Judd and Trisha Yearwood
14. “Love Can Build a Bridge” – Jelly Roll, K. Michelle and The Fisk Jubilee Singers

McEntire previously sang “Girls Night Out” in her Lifetime movie The Hammer with Melissa Peterman (her Reba sitcom co-star). Watch that clip below to get ready for the new Judds tribute album!

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