For the first time ever, Wynonna Judd has begun a special series of shows she’s dubbed, “Wynonna and Friends: Stories & Song.” This unique run of shows emphasizes an intimate and personal sentiment that reflects her 30-year platinum career. The Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts will welcome Wynonna and Friends on Saturday, Jan. 24, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $42 each.
Over the past three decades, Wynonna has had experiences that have influenced who she is as an artist, a mother, sister, and daughter. She is ready to share some never-before- heard stories, many of which have inspired countless hits.
“I am more passionate now than I have ever been about my life, my gift, my faith, hopes and dreams, and I want so much to share my story and songs with my fans,” she said.
The Big Noise, Wynonna’s threepiece band, will join her on stage. The group is led by Wynonna’s husband, Cactus Moser, an award-winning artist and producer. When Wynonna and The Big Noise aren’t focused on their tour, they are hard at work on an eighth studio album scheduled to be released sometime this year.