Joey + Rory are Joey Martin Feek and her husband, Rory Feek. They married in 2002 and first burst onto the national scene as a duo in 2008 after competing on CMT’s ‘Can You Duet?’ Prior to that, Rory Feek was a successful songwriter, penning hits like “The Chain of Love” for Clay Walker and “Some Beach” for Blake Shelton. The couple have one child together. Baby Indiana was born in 2014, and the couple later shared that she had Downs Syndrome. Around this time Joey began receiving treatment for cervical cancer. She beat it, but it returned a year later. In Oct. 2015 Rory shared via his This Life I Live blog that his wife would no longer seek medical treatment, as the cancer was spreading too rapidly.
Married: 2002. Daughter Indiana born in 2014.
Top Songs: "Cheater, Cheater," "This Song's for You"
Fun Fact: They finished third on CMT's 'Can You Duet?' in 2008.
Rory Feek makes his directorial debut with a brand-new film Josephine, which premiered at the Nashville Film Festival on Thursday night (April 14), and the singer-songwriter reveals it's the realization of a long-held dream.
The 2016 ACM Awards took a moment to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Joey + Rory singer Joey Martin Feek, who died in March after a long battle with cancer. Darius Rucker and Martina McBride led the way in remembering the singer, as her family watched from home.
The Nashville Film Festival will be held April 14-23 throughout Nashville, Tenn., and Joey + Rory's Rory Feek will be a part of it. Feek's film, Josephine, will make its world premiere on opening night.
Rory Feek says he and his 2-year-old daughter Indiana visit her "mama" daily. The Joey + Rory singer shares that they’ll either walk or ride out to the back field where she rests, and that talk to her about their day. It’s one of the ways they cope, but it’s also part of his longterm plan to keep the late 40-year-old’s memory alive for their only child together.
Rory Feek and his 2-year-old daughter, Indiana, are settling into a new life together in the wake of Joey Feek's passing, and in a new post to his blog, Rory reveals that she has just started attending a very special school.
Country fans are still remembering the life of Joey Martin Feek, of country duo Joey + Rory, following her passing on March 4. The Grand Ole Opry is following suit by releasing footage of the couple singing Buck Owens and the Derailers' "Play Me the Waltz of the Angels" at one of their final Opry performances.
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