The discography of music duo The Judds, includes six studio albums, three live albums, 18 compilation albums, five video albums, two plays, one box set, five music videos, 28 singles.

The duo consisted of mother, Naomi Judd, and her daughter, Wynonna Judd. The pair signed a contract with RCA Nashville in 1983. their debut single "Had a Dream (For the Heart)".

Their next release, "Mama He's Crazy", became their first number one hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. The song's success led to the release of their debut EP in 1984.

In October 1984, their debut studio album was released entitled 'Why Not Me'. It peaked at number 1 on the country albums chart and number 71 on Billboard 200. 'Why Not Me' sell over 2 million copies.

The duo's second studio album was issued in October 1985, Rockin' with the Rhythm. It topped the Billboard country albums chart and spawned four number one hits.

The Judds's 3rd studio release, 'Heartland', was released in 1987 and was their 3rd number one Billboard country album. Heartland was also their 3rd album to certify platinum in sales.

Their fifth studio release, River of Time (1989), reached number two on the country albums chart and was their highest-charting release on the Billboard 200, reaching number 51.

In 1990, Naomi announced her retirement after being diagnosed with Hepatitis C. Their final studio album, Love Can Build a Bridge, was released the same year and produced four singles.

Naomi Judd, who with her daughter Wynonna founded the dynamic pair The Judds, one of country music's most popular performers, has died friday 30th April. She was 76 years old.