- Hit songs include "Mama He’s Crazy," "I Know Where I’m Going," "No One Else on Earth," and "Grandpa"
- Member of The Judds with mother Naomi in the 1980s, prior to Wynonna's solo career
- Multiple CMA, Grammy, and Billboard Music awards
Wynonna Judd first came into prominence in 1984 as part of the legendary mother-daughter duo, The Judds — one of the most celebrated success stories in country music history. In just six short years, the Judds sold more than twenty million records worldwide and won over sixty industry awards including five Grammys, nine Country Music Association Awards, and Eight Billboard Music Awards. In 1992, Wynonna signed her first solo record deal and the rest, as they say, is history. With hits including classics like "Mama He’s Crazy," "I Know Where I’m Going," "No One Else on Earth" and "Grandpa," Wynonna has enjoyed twenty No. 1 hits throughout her career. A world-renowned vocalist and entertainer, Wynonna has accumulated sales totals as a solo artist in excess of ten million units. Receiving a Top Female Vocalist win by the Academy of Country Music, Wynonna has also had thirteen top-ten hits on the charts. Her charitable contributions are vast, and she has used her website to promote her "Charity of the Month" ranging from the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund to ARF Animal Rescue Foundation. In 2005, she teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to record "Heart of America" which raised over $90 million for victims of natural disasters on the Gulf Coast. Additionally, she continues to bring attention to the global emergency of AIDS as United States Ambassador for YouthAIDS. In 2017, Wynonna embarked on a tour with her band, The Big Noise, which will explore the past, present, and future of Wynonna’s extensive 33-year career.
Inducted to the Music City Walk of Fame on April 22, 2007.