Country superstar Wynonna Judd, who helped revive country music back in the '80s with her mom, Naomi, will be reuniting with her, bringing back their super-successful duo, The Judds, for one last tour this year.
Wynonna made the big announcement on "The Early Show Saturday Edition", prior to performing in its Second Cup Cafe, on the broadcast's pre-Super Bowl bash, live from Miami Beach.
Mother and daughter are beginning to record new music for a fall release.
Wynonna has proven she can make it as a family act or solo artist, as plans for the tour are put in place.
As one of country music's most recognizable artists, Wynonna recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the start of her recording career.
The five-time Grammy Award winner first gained fame as part of The Judds, one of the most successful musical duos of all time. They've sold more than 20 million records and snagged multiple awards and certifications from the Recording Industry Association of America.
Wynonna went on to pursue her solo career, getting 16 Top Ten hits and selling over 10 million albums along with countless sold-out tours.
Wynonna recently released her seventh studio album, "Sing: Chapter 1" - songs that have formed "the soundtrack to her life." She performed "No One Else on Earth," "I Want To Know What Love Is" and "Only Love" in the Second Cup Cafe.