Nashville royalty gathers Sunday evening inside the Ryman Auditorium to pay tribute to late country singer Naomi Judd.
Judd, the Grammy Award-winning matriarch of hitmaking mother-daughter duo The Judds, died April 30 at age 76, a day before she and her daughter Wynonna Judd entered the Country Music Hall of Fame.
From Oprah Winfrey to Emmylou Harris and Carly Pearce, a who’s who of artists and entertainers plan to sing, share stories and celebrate Judd at the ceremony.
Read on for a look at how to watch and who’s performing at the hourlong special.
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How to watch Naomi Judd memorial
The memorial airs commercial-free Sunday at 5 p.m. CST on cable network CMT. Those unable to watch live can catch a re-broadcast Sunday night at 9 p.m. CST.
CMT produces the show in partnership with promoter Sandbox Live, according to a news release. Fans wanting to attend the show in Nashville can RSVP for limited audience seating at aud615.com.
Viewers can expect performances from the following artists, per CMT:
Ashley McBrydeBrandi CarlileEmmylou Harris and Allison RussellLittle Big TownThe Gaithers
A collection of in-person appearances and virtual messages planned to be shared by:
Wynonna and Ashley Judd, Naomi Judd’s daughtersBonoMorgan FreemanOprah WinfreySalma HayekMartina McBride
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“Good Morning America” broadcaster Robin Roberts hosts Sunday night’s show from the Ryman, while country hitmaker Carly Pearce and CMT personality Cody Allen co-host the television broadcast.