Rory Feek

15 Songs You Didn’t Know Rory Feek Wrote

Many country fans first got to know Rory Feek as one half of the beloved country duo Joey + Rory in 2008. That year, the married pair appeared on the debut season of CMT's reality competition Can You Duet. Although they won third place in the competition, their stunning harmonies and sweet personalities earned them a record deal just a few months after the show ended.
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Rory Feek to appear at Prizery

Country artist, filmmaker, author and farmer Rory Feek will appear at The Prizery’s Chastain Theater at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 22. Known for performing as one-half of the Grammy-award-winning duo, Joey+Rory, Feek recently released his first solo album, “Gentle Man,” accompanied by such singers as Dolly Parton, Ricky Skaggs and Alison Krauss, among others.”

Rory Feek Released Documentary Tribute To Joey with Love

Rory Feek showed amazing strength and perseverance as he has documented his family's journey and released a moving documentary film tribute "To Joey with Love". Joey and Rory Feek’s simple plans of taking a break from music and focusing on homesteading and raising their young daughter in their tight-knit Tennessee community took a wild turn with Joey’s cancer diagnosis and worsening condition. Even during that difficult time which eventually concluded in Joey’s passing on March 4, 2016— Rory kept the filming of the family’s life together going. Rory film “To Joey with Love” was initially show in select locations for just two nights starting on September 20, 2016.

Paul Overstreet holding Waverly flood benefit concert with Rory Feek, Jake Owen

WAVERLY, Tenn. (WZTV) — Country music songwriter Paul Overstreet is hosting an evening of songs and entertainment to benefit victims of the catastrophic flash floods in Waverly, Tennessee. The Grammy Award-winner has called on a star-studded group of artists for the event. Rory Feek, Jake Owen, Lee Greenwood, Jeffrey Steele,...

Rory Feek reflects on 1st album without late wife and 'the gift that Joey was'

Rory Feek, whose new album “Gentle Man,” is out now, says recording music wasn’t easy after his wife, Joey, died of cervical cancer in 2016. “It's been more than five years since Joey's and my last album, ‘Hymns’ came out, and honestly, I didn't think I would ever do any more recording,” he wrote on his blog last week. “I really didn't think I had anything to say through song, that Joey and I hadn't already said. I wasn't even sure that I even had a musical 'voice' of my own.