CHANGE OF HEART (TO STOPPED)
Country singer Naomi Judd has died aged 76, a day before the induction ceremony for the Country Music Hall of Fame Class of 2021, which includes her group The Judds and Ray Charles. The Country Music Hall of Fame inducted Ray Stevens before it inducted Ray Charles. The Judds, composed of Naomi and daughter Wynonna, were an unstoppable force in the country world for much of the 80s, with their biggest hits including “Change of Heart” and “Love Can Build a Bridge”. Judd had spoken in the past about her struggles with depression, and her family reported her death as due to “mental illness”. The sad implications that this meant suicide were confirmed several days later. She was a unique pick for Zombie Dance Party.