A true renaissance man, Rory Feek is known as one of Nashville’s premiere songwriters, entrepreneurs and out-of-the-box thinkers.  He is a world-class storyteller who crosses all creative mediums from music and film to books and digital media.

As a blogger, Rory shares his heart and story with the world in real time through his personal blog that has over 2.3 million Facebook followers.  The love story of him and his wife, Joey, her recent battle and loss to cancer, and his vignettes of unwavering faith and hope in the face of tragedy inspire millions of readers who follow along with each post.

As a songwriter, Rory has written multiple number-one songs and had dozens of other songs he has written recorded by Kenny Chesney, Randy Travis, Reba, Trisha Yearwood, Waylon Jennings and many others.

As an artist, Rory is one-half of the Grammy-award-winning, country-music duo, Joey+Rory. He and his wife, Joey, toured the world, sold nearly a million records, and had their own weekly hit television show that airs all across the country on RFD-TV.  Their last album, “Hymns That Are Important To Us”, sold over a half-million copies and debuted at number 1 on all Billboard album charts.

As an author, Rory’s memoir, This Life I Live ‘One Man’s Extraordinary, Ordinary Life and the Woman Who Changed It Forever’, debuted at the top of The New York Times Best Sellers list and his latest book, Once Upon A Farm, was released in the summer of 2018 to rave reviewsHis first children’s book, ‘The Cow Said Neigh!’ A Farm Story, was released in the fall of 2018 and has made its way onto the bookshelves of homes with little ones nationwide.

As a filmmaker, Rory has written, filmed and edited music videos for Joey+Rory and is the creator of the television shows and specials that feature Joey+Rory.  He wrote, filmed and directed the moving documentary, To Joey, With Love, and his first feature-length film, Finding Josephine, an epic love story set during the declining months of the Civil War.

Rory and his 5-year-old daughter, Indiana, live an hour south of Nashville on a historic farm where they recently built a one-room schoolhouse that Indiana attends.