To say that Wynonna Judd is a pretty good country music entertainer is much like saying that Babe Ruth was a decent baseball player.

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Wynonna & the Big Noise, Roots & Revival Tour
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Wynonna is one of country music's mega-superstars! And she's coming to Margaritaville Resort and Casino in Bossier City on Saturday, November 18 at 8:00 pm.

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As part of the mother-daughter duo, The Judds, Wynonna first hit country radio in 1983, and now, forty years later, she's still got one of the most amazing voices in America.

Wynonna and Naomi Judd
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The Judds long list of country smashes includes country staples like, "Why Not Me", "Girls Night Out", "Let Me Tell You About Love", "Love Is Alive", "Have Mercy", "Give A Little Love", "Rockin' With the Rhythm of The Rain", "Mama He's Crazy" and "(Grandpa) Tell Me 'Bout the Good Ol' Days".

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In 1992, Wynonna set out on her solo tour and her debut single "She Is His Only Need" made it to #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Following that she blessed country music with even more standards including "Rock Bottom", "No One Else On Earth", "She Is His Only Need", "I Saw The Light", "Tell Me Why", "Girls With Guitars" and "To Be Loved By You."

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Having won nearly every possible country music award from the CMAs, ACMs and Billboard Magazine she's also picked up 5 Grammy Awards along the way. Top that off with multi-platinum albums and sold-out concert tours, it's easy to see that Margaritaville in Bossier City is in for a treat!

Minimum age for entry into the event is 21. Only "Verified Resale" tickets are available at this time, but for those willing to pony up a little extra to not miss this event, they can be purchased HERE at

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