It's hard to believe Wynonna Judd has been in the music business for 20 years, but she has - and she's celebrating the milestone with a new tour, called "Her Story: Scenes From a Lifetime." The special show kicked off this week in Washington, D.C. and features a comprehensive 27 songs in two hours. Wy told the "Wisconsin State Journal" that this tour is for her fans. "I want to celebrate the fans," she said. "We have enough '6pm news depression' in the world. My show will be uplifting with gospel, blues and country." In an interview with CMT.com, Wynonna added that "the tour is about the history of me...It's everything from the Tina Turner song that I used to sing in my room when I was grounded to doing a little Led Zeppelin." Proceeds from the concerts will benefit the non-profit charity YouthAIDS. For the complete set list and tour dates, go to wynonna.com.


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