NAOMI JUDD TO APPEAR ON MORNING EXPRESS WITH ROBIN MEADE THURSDAY, JANUARY 11
"River of Time: My Descent Into Depression and How I Emerged With Hope" Available NOW in Paperback!!!
Country music icon Naomi Judd's media blitz continues as she opens up about her new paperback “River of Time: My Descent Into Depression and How I Emerged With Hope” with an appearance on HLN's "Morning Express with Robin Meade" this Thursday, January 11.
Judd is all over national television this winter to promote "River of Time" and raise awareness about mental health stigmas, including appearances on TODAY, HARRY, Dr. Oz, Access Hollywood, Varney and Co. and Huckabee. “I wrote it with the sincere hope of offering encouragement to the 40 million Americans who suffer from depression and anxiety every minute of every day and night,” Judd said. “I want them to know that I understand, and I’m here to help."
January 11 Morning Express with Robin Meade (HLN) 8:00am Click here for listings
Judd first captured the attention of the entire world as half of The Judds, which she formed with her daughter Wynonna. The Judds sold 20 million records, scored fifteen No. 1 hits, and received more than 60 industry awards, including six GRAMMY® awards and seven consecutive CMA Vocal Group of the Year trophies. That ride came to a screeching halt when Naomi was diagnosed with Hepatitis C––and given only three years to live. Instead of accepting her fate, the former registered nurse educated herself and pursued healing. Today, Naomi is Hep C-free––a medically documented miracle.
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ABOUT NAOMI JUDD: Hailing from the Appalachian foothills of Ashland, Ky., mother and daughter duo, The Judds, were first discovered by RCA label head Joe Galante in 1983 after landing a spot on WSM-TV’s "The Ralph Emery Show." They made their chart debut by the end of the year with “Had A Dream (For The Heart),” and the two were on their way to a history-making career. For the rest of the 1980's, each single from The Judds released by RCA went to the Billboard Top 10, with 14 hits going all the way to number one. The Judds embarked on their “Farewell Tour” in 1991 after Naomi’s diagnosis of Hepatitis C forced her to retire from the road. Naomi focused on her health, beating the disease, writing several New York Times best-selling books and becoming a popular motivational speaker. This fall, the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will explore the lives and careers of the GRAMMY®-winning mother-daughter duo with an exhibit opening Aug. 3, 2018.