Rory Feek Says He ‘Has No Desire’ To Sing Without Joey

Joey + Rory are seen in the video performing an emotional version of

photo: Joey + Rory Website

Joey+Rory continue their battle with cancer, Rory is starting to open up about the future. It was only a couple months ago that the couple revealed that the chemotherapy treatments were unsuccessful and returned home.

In an exclusive interview with ET, Rory revealed that he has no plans to sing without Joey. While referring to his upcoming album Hymns That Are Important To Us Rory said, “This is the last record that Joey and I will ever get to make and the last songs we’ll ever get to sing together,” He continued, “I have no desire to go on singing or performing without her.”

The upcoming album Hymns That Are Important To Us will be released Feb. 12 exclusively at Cracker Barrel.

Hymns That Are Important To Us

The couple continues to share their heart-breaking story on their blog.  It’s been hard to watch the events unfold; however, we are all inspired by how this couple is facing adversity.


In December, Joey + Rory got the thrilling news that they had been nominated for a Grammy in the ‘Best Country Duo / Group Performance’ category for their rendition of “If I Needed You.” The talented husband and wife duo are up against the Brothers Osborne; Charles Kelley, Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay; Little Big Town; and Blake Shelton and Ashley Monroe in the category.

Unable to attend the ceremony, Rory Feek revealed that daughters Heidi and Hopie, along with manager Aaron, traveled to Los Angeles to represent the musicians at the GRAMMYs. Sadly, the duo did not receive the honor— Little Big Town won for their performance of “Girl Crush.” Instead of being surrounded by glitz and glamour, Joey and Rory watched the awards program with their daughter Indiana and Joey’s close family members from the comfort of her room. We hope the couple enjoyed their night despite the results!

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