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  • Oct 8, 1990
    The Judds make it a three-peat as Vocal Duo of the Year during the 24th annual Country Music Association awards in Nashville at the Grand Ole Opry House, giving them six straight victories in the Vocal Duo or Vocal Group categories
    Oct 17, 1990
    Naomi Judd tells reporters she has hepatitis and will have to give up performing. She and Wynonna hold the press conference in the same room in which they auditioned for RCA in 1983
    Nov 21, 1990
    The Judds appear on "Donahue," little more than a month after Naomi Judd announced that chronic hepatitis was forcing her to stop performing on tour. "This is not my tombstone," she says, "This is just a stepping stone"
    Nov 26, 1990
    On the heels of Naomi Judd's public revelation that hepatitis will force her off the road, The Judds make the cover of People magazine
    Nov 28, 1990
    RCA releases The Judds' "Love Can Build A Bridge," billed as the first 3-D video
    Dec 20, 1990
    George Strait's three nominations make him the country frontrunner as the American Music Awards finalists are announced. Double-nominees include Clint Black, Garth Brooks, The Judds and Reba McEntire
    Mar 8, 1991
    "Love Can Build A Bridge" earns an RIAA-certified gold album for The Judds
    Apr 24, 1991
    The Judds win Top Vocal Duet during the 26th annual Academy Of Country Music awards, telecast by NBC from Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles
    May 30, 1991
    Wynonna Judd spends her 27th birthday in a Nashville recording studio in the second day of sessions for her first solo album. Naomi Judd stops by with presents and cake for her daughter
    Sep 10, 1991
    RCA releases The Judds' "Greatest Hits, Volume 2"

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