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's acceptance speech at the 2017 Grammy Awards was emotional, to say the least. Joey + Rory's win in the Roots Gospel Album category comes nearly one year after his wife's death after a long and highly publicized battle with cancer.
In 2016, country music saw deaths, resurrections, a shocking performance and a superstar collaboration that fans are sure to be talking about for years to come. It was truly an unforgettable year, and these are the Top 8 moments.
Country music was not spared from the grief that came early and often in 2016. Legendary artists seemed to pass at unheard of rates — men and women we'd relied on for hit songs and unforgettable live performances for decades died, often unexpectedly this year. In this video Taste of Country remembers them one final time.
The hearts of country music fans broke with the passing of Joey Feek, one half of musical duo Joey + Rory, in March of 2016 to cervical cancer. But now they have the chance to relive the heartwarming story of the Feeks in a DVD version of To Joey, With Love.
Rory Feek is bringing his late wife's parents to the 2016 CMA Awards on Wednesday night. The Joey + Rory singer says he's not sure what he'll say if they win Vocal Duo of the Year, but he knows who his wife would have thanked first.
Joey Feek would have turned 41 on Friday (Sept. 9). The singer — one half of the duo Joey + Rory — died in March, but her husband was sure to honor her with a hauntingly beautiful flashback video, which he shared on Instagram.
Almost every day Rory Feek walks to the back of his family’s property and sits on a bench near where Joey Martin Feek is buried. During a recent television interview the 51-year-old Joey + Rory singer revealed that he still brings her coffee.
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