Naomi Judd has just received quite an honor. The singer, one-half of the mother-daughter duo The Judds, was inducted this weekend into the Women’s Songwriters Hall of Fame.
“It’s always gratifying when someone acknowledges your best efforts,” Naomi shares. “I love expressing my deepest feelings as I did in writing ‘Love Can Build a Bridge.’ Not only was I being celebrated at this auspicious event in Washington, D.C., I was among other accomplished songwriters.”
Other artists inducted this year include Valerie Simpson, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Roberta Flack, Tawatha Agee, Klymaxx, Deniece Williams, Jeri Keever “Bunny” Hull and Veryl Howard.