Wynonna Judd Quotes (51 Quotes)


    My story of success and failure is not just about music and being famous. It's about living and loving and trying to find purpose in this crazy world.

    I don't take my fans' love and dedication for granted.

    I guess the key is to really listen to what it is you truly need.


    I learned again that the mind-body-spirit connection has to be in balance.


    When you are real in your music, people know it and they feel your authenticity.

    I never took a music lesson in my life, it just came naturally.

    Most of us are imprisoned by something. We're living in darkness until something flips on the switch.

    It took me 36 years to be able to be by myself and like it.

    Digital downloading of music has affected us all in adverse ways.

    My style is as vast as the many cultures of the world. I love, first and foremost, country and gospel music, but I also love RB and soul music too.

    Without love in your life, you have nothing.

    Success takes us to the top and away from those we love.

    They are being unfairly punished by illegal downloading. I think we have finally found a way to fix the problem with these new great sites which require paying for the songs. Otherwise, it's nothing short of stealing, to be honest.

    My music is about the journey, about love and the human experience.

    I am learning that the beliefs I have about my self cause me to make the decisions I make. I act out of fear, out of anxiety and uncertainty.

    I used to only worry about the #1's and all of the awards. But that was a long time ago.

    I always make music that is true to my spirit.

    The failures and successes are necessary for learning.

    Because I now realize, after all this time, I have never truly felt worthy of all that I have been given.

    I have always loved the process of making the music, reading the letters from the fans who get married to my music, have children to my music and play my music at their funerals.

    I'm going to be turning 40 this year and celebrating my 20th year in the music business.

    There's a place for all types of country music as long as there is honesty and realness and a real human experience for the fans.

    I'm at a stage in my career where I know I have something to offer. I've been on the road half of my life. I love the idea of being able to share this wisdom.

    I know that the internet has helped a new world audience find me.


    If I can make a connection, one connection, to any one listener in the world, I consider that successful.

    I've learned lately that no one is going to hand me a permission slip and tell me to take time out for me.

    To all the dreamers out there, don't give up on your dreams.

    So, my plan is to somehow keep myself on the list to allow myself some time every day

    Sometimes running a corporation, dealing with powerful companies and trying to juggle so many projects takes its toll.

    People in Germany are hungry for real music, something that speaks to the heart.

    The mother-daughter relationship is the most complex.


    Without love in you life, you have nothing.

    Every song on the new cd is about love Love love love

    I have, unfortunately, in the past years not stopped when I needed to. I've hit the wall but kept going.

    We are losing our superstars like Johnny and June Carter Cash and that breaks my heart.

    You have to fill your cup. You then give away the overflowing, but you keep a cupful for yourself.

    I am most proud that I stayed true to the music of my soul.

    I have found that if I don't take this time daily, I feel a bit lost, scattered and mentally worn at the end of the day.

    When I make that time for just me, I'm calmer and focused.

    I also believe my musical abilities are a true gift from God.

    Concertgoers, the two say, can expect both contemporary and old-fashioned Judd grooves. I think the production, technology-wise, is with the times, ... yet we have the family values. ... It's sort of like, it's OK to be hip and spiritual, and it's OK to be weird.

    I want to make people stop and think and react and hopefully fall in love

    It's as if God has been showing me that I need to make peace, to heal from the past.

    I have a very deep and wide relationship with my fans.

    However, we all have our own stories to tell. I'm following my path.

    I am a fan of today's sound as long as we don't get too slick, and yet I am very reverent of my roots.

    It sounds corny, but I've promised my inner child that never again will I ever abandon myself for anything or anyone else again.


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