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  • Mar 20, 1984
    The Judds make their first large-venue appearance, opening for The Statler Brothers at the Ak-Sar-Ben Coliseum in Omaha
    Apr 13, 1984
    RCA releases The Judds' breakthrough single, "Mama He's Crazy"
    Jun 9, 1984
    Lee Greenwood, Joe Bonsall, Gary Morris and Brenda Lee are among the participants during the third annual All American Country Games, a Fan Fair attraction at Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville. Also taking part are Karen Brooks and The Judds
    Jun 30, 1984
    Louisa, Kentucky, proclaims Ricky Skaggs Day. The Judds open a concert at the town's high school the same night
    Jul 4, 1984
    Glen Judd, the father of Naomi Judd, dies in Kentucky. The event provides powerful background when Wynonna later sings "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout The Good Old Days)"
    Aug 4, 1984
    The Judds make their first appearance at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Mama He's Crazy"
    Sep 21, 1984
    RCA releases The Judds' "Why Not Me"
    Oct 6, 1984
    Keith Whitley and The Judds make their "Hee Haw" debuts. The show also features music from Roy Acuff and Lee Greenwood, who sings "God Bless The U.S.A."
    Oct 8, 1984
    "Slap the dog and spit in the fire": Naomi Judd lets loose with a classic quote when The Judds win the Horizon Award during the 18th annual Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House
    Oct 15, 1984
    RCA/Curb releases The Judds' album "Why Not Me"

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