Who is Wynonna Judd's husband Cactus Moser?

WYNONNA Judd made up one-half of the award-winning country duo, The Judds.

Her music partner and mother, Naomi Judd, passed away on April 30, 2022, from a battle with mental illness.

Who is Cactus Moser?

Born on May 3, 1957, Scott "Cactus" Moser is a native of Colorado.

Although a multi-instrumentalist, Cactus is mainly known for his drumming talent.

Cactus is a four-time CMA winner and a three-time Grammy nominee.

He is a member of Wynonna & the Big Noise, his wife's band.

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"He's the drummer, he's part of the backbone of the band," said Wynonna Judd via Us Weekly.

"I call him Animal because he attacks the drums, he doesn't just play."

Cactus also played with the band Highway 101 for over two decades and now regularly works as both a producer and writer.

When did Wynonna Judd and Cactus Moser start dating?

Wynonna Judd first met Cactus Moser in the 1980s while he was on tour with The Judds, her band with her late mother, Naomi Judd.

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They did not begin dating until 2009, with Cactus popping the question in December of 2011.

On June 10, 2012, Cactus and Wynonna tied the knot at her farm in Leiper's Fork, Tennessee.

Her mother, Naomi, and sister, Ashley, did not attend the wedding.

What is Cactus Moser's net worth?

An estimated net worth for Cactus Moser is not readily available.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Wynonna Judd has an estimated net worth of around $20million.

In August of 2012, Cactus was injured in a motorcycle accident, resulting in the loss of his left leg.

The musician was back to playing drums on a multi-city tour within three months.

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