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  • Sep 21, 1991
    "The Torkelsons" debuts on NBC-TV, with The Judds singing the theme song
    Oct 2, 1991
    The Judds win their fourth consecutive Vocal Duo of the Year during the 25th annual Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House. They join Alabama, Chet Atkins and The Statler Brothers as the only nine-time winners all-time
    Nov 23, 1991
    The Judds perform at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky, in the last road appearance of their final tour as an ongoing duet, a split caused by Naomi Judd's bout with a critical form of hepatitis. The opening act: Garth Brooks
    Nov 30, 1991
    In advance of their farewell concert, The Judds appear on the cover of TV Guide
    Dec 4, 1991
    The Judds perform the final show of their Farewell Tour at the Murphy Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Naomi Judd is retiring, suffering from a potentially fatal strain of hepatitis, leaving Wynonna to pursue a solo career
    Dec 8, 1991
    Alan Jackson sings "Don't Rock The Jukebox" and "Someday," and The Judds do "Born To Be Blue" on NBC's "Hot Country Nights." Other performers include Willie Nelson, Eddie Rabbitt, Joe Diffie and Mike Reid
    Dec 9, 1991
    Coinciding with their final concert, The Judds make the cover of People magazine. "She is a broken doll," says Wynonna Judd, of her hepatitis-infected mother, "and an absolute walking miracle"
    Dec 19, 1991
    The Judds bring home an RIAA-certified gold album for "Greatest Hits, Volume 2"
    Jan 15, 1992
    The Judds earn a double-platinum album from the RIAA for their "Greatest Hits"
    Feb 25, 1992
    "Love Can Build A Bridge" wins twice during the 34th annual Grammy Awards in New York. The Judds win Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal; songwriters Naomi Judd, John Jarvis and Paul Overstreet take Best Country Song

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