The loss and pain of Rory Feek after his wife, Joey lost the battle to cervical cancer was immeasurable that the fans understood if Rory would not perform anymore after that tragic event.
Joey + Rory, Music Health Alliance
While known to many, Rory Feek pursued the songwriting path while Joey tried the singing act but the two seemed joined by destiny gained more popularity as a duo competing on the Country Music Television singing competition, Can You Duet? in 2008.
A lot of fans have seen how this story took a different turn as the Grammy Award winning duo lost its other half to cervical cancer. Luckily for most of the fans, Rory still maintain a Facebook page and his blog, This Life I Live.
We are even luckier that Rory Feek would be back for a great cause as he is set to perform again for Heal The Music day. On his press release, he explained the reason why he’ll be back on stage after performing:
“I have been thinking about playing music … a lot, Not because I need to. I just feel a responsibility, like I should. I should get onstage and see what’s there, what’s in store, what would I say, what would I sing if I were there by myself? But the problem is, is I hadn’t had a real good reason, ’til now.”
Rory is slated to play two solo concerts in early September under the banner of Music Health Alliance. He also dished out that all of the proceeds of his two solo concerts will go to the said organization. The shows would be schedule on September 8th and 9th and would be staged at the Concert Hall of Rory Feek’s Tennesse farm.
Joey Feek, Battle for Cervical Cancer
Music Health Alliance was the organization that provided assistance for Joey Feek’s well-fought battle to cervical cancer, providing medical bill assistance after his wife’s demise.
“They turned something that was incredibly difficult and complicated into something very simple, and I needed that help so much, because it was the last thing that I wanted to have to deal with … and every time I’ve had an issue … they’ve fixed it,
They are like family to me … They stepped in like a family member, and they continue to stay with me, and they have never asked for anything — nothing.” Rory Feek candidly revealed.
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