Five-time Grammy winner Wynonna Judd may remember 2013 as being her best year yet with many exciting ventures underway, including a magazine cover feature, new single, new album, new documentary, and 'Dancing With the Stars' debut. With all of this terrific publicity, the country music singer may feel that 'No One Else On Earth' is more thrilled about this year than her. 

Monday, Mar. 18 will be the big day for the singer, as Judd's iconic voice will return to the radio waves with her new single 'Something You Can't Live Without.' The single will reflect the unwavering love between Judd and her husband/drummer Cactus Moser, and will foreshadow what's to come from her long-awaited full-length studio album, which was produced by Moser.

Also on that day, 'Wynonna and Cactus: The Road Back' will premiere on Great American Country. The hour-long documentary will tell the story of the couple's relationship, beginning in the the early stages and journeying all the way through Cactus' devastating motorcycle accident, which claimed his leg. If fans of Judd just can't wait until Monday they can pick up a copy of US Weekly, which covered the story of Judd and Moser's life post-accident.

One of the most memorable parts of this year for Judd may be her experience on ABC's 'Dancing With the Stars,' which will kick off its 16th season on -- you guessed it -- Monday. Judd, who can't wait to get back into shape during the show, says, "I focused on being a wife and a nurse for the last seven months and now I'm doing something for myself."

"The main word for me this year is ‘risk.’  I’m stepping out of my comfort zone and doing something that a lot of people tell me is crazy -- but they get it.” She adds some humor to the self-reflective statement saying, "“I’m trying to get back to my original weight of 8 lbs and 15 oz.”

With this year full of risk, new music, and exciting changes, there is certainly a 'New Day Dawning' for Judd.