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  • Sep 21, 1984
    RCA releases The Judds' "Why Not Me"
    Oct 6, 1984
    Keith Whitley and The Judds make their "Hee Haw" debuts. The show also features music from Roy Acuff and Lee Greenwood, who sings "God Bless The U.S.A."
    Oct 8, 1984
    "Slap the dog and spit in the fire": Naomi Judd lets loose with a classic quote when The Judds win the Horizon Award during the 18th annual Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House
    Oct 15, 1984
    RCA/Curb releases The Judds' album "Why Not Me"
    Dec 22, 1984
    The Judds and "Why Not Me" are found at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Jan 10, 1985
    The Judds become the first Nashville-based country act nominated for Best New Artist in the Grammy awards since Jeannie C. Riley in 1969. The Judds, Willie Nelson and Lee Greenwood each contribute to three nominations
    Jan 18, 1985
    RCA releases The Judds' "Girls Night Out"
    Feb 2, 1985
    The Judds hit #1 on the Billboard country albums chart for the first time in their career with "Why Not Me"
    Feb 26, 1985

    The Judds' "Mama He's Crazy" takes Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal during the 27th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles

    Apr 4, 1985
    The Judds realize their first RIAA-certified gold album, for "Why Not Me"

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