One of the greatest duos in country music history is returning to the stage. The Judds will reunite this fall in Las Vegas — Naomi and Wynonna Judd will begin a nine-show stint at the Venetian on Oct. 7.

It’s been four years since the mother-daughter duo performed together and 25 years since their last studio album. It’s not clear if another collaborative project is in the works, but during an interview with People, Wynonna Judd did say their show will be “a look back, a look present and a look forward.”

"We're going to talk a lot about our story,” she tells the magazine. “We have a great sense of humor and the show's about laughter and celebration as well as music."

The Judds were a staple of country radio in the mid-to-late-80s, notching multiple No. 1 hits, four CMA Awards for Vocal Duo of the Year, seven ACM Awards in the same category and multiple Grammys. Songs like “Grandpa,” “Mama He’s Crazy” and “Girls' Night Out" are classics, the latter being the namesake for this reunion residency in Las Vegas.

In 1991 Wynonna began a successful solo career and while she still performed with her mother over the years, they haven't recorded a new album together. Naomi Judd has been a successful author, actress and talk-show host in recent years. People reports that Wynonna is working on a new solo album, scheduled for February.

Tickets for the Judds Las Vegas residency go on sale Aug. 28 at the Venetian box office. The nine shows talk place between Oct. 7 and Oct. 24.

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