About The Judds
Wyndi Harp and Kelly Nolf both moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1989 to pursue their independent music careers. Wyndi came from Texas to expand her songwriting career and Kelly uprooted from Michigan to venture a singing career with her family group. Their paths crossed in the summer of 2000 when they met at the Stardust Theater in Nashville where Wyndi appeared as Naomi Judd and Kelly as Wynonna. It was an instant hit and the start of a very unique impersonator show! Ever since the Judds have been in the spotlight, Wyndi has been mistaken for Naomi and it was pretty much the same for Kelly. The unusual aspect is that not only do Kelly and Wyndi look like the Judds, they sound like them too. Wyndi’s slapstick, Naomi-like sense of humor, and Kelly’s big Wynonna voice have really put this team above the rest. When in costume, they are easily mistaken for the real Judds, and even sometimes not in costume! The duo headed for Las Vegas where they showcased at the Imperial Palace for John Stuart’s Legends in Concert Show where they were promptly offered to join this prestigious show. Recently, Kelly and Wyndi have been regulars at Dee Gallon’s reknowned Memories Theater in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and also at the Wildhorse Saloon and the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville and have been featured on CMT .