The Judds To Open Museum

(Webster and Assoc) Not all good things come to an end. The Judds, one of country music's most awarded and beloved duos of our time, are the perfect example. Credited with "single-handedly saving country music" according to Time Magazine, Wynonna and Naomi Judd will pay homage to their fans and their illustrious career by transforming a vacant building - formerly occupied by Gray's Drug Store at 332 Main St in historic downtown Franklin, Tennessee - into a museum highlighting the 25th Anniversary of their career in music.

Opening Thursday, June 11th, through Sunday, June 14th, the museum hours will coincide with the CMA Music Fest (formerly known as "Fan Fair") which officially kicks off Wednesday. The museum will be open from 9am - 6pm on June 11 - 13 and noon - 4pm on June 14.

Wynonna and Naomi will make a special appearance together to sign autographs from 1 - 3pm on Saturday, June 13th. Wristbands will be issued June 11th and 12th to secure a position in the autograph line Saturday afternoon.

The museum exhibits will include never-before-seen photographs, costumes, tour memorabilia, a unique fan photograph tribute and more. It will re-create The Judd's meteoric rise to stardom including their highly successful touring career and their cross- generational recording history for their fans. Together or apart, their legacy lives on in more than just music.

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