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Joey + Rory, a country music duo featuring husband-and-wife vocalists Rory Lee Feek and Joey Martin Feek, made their debut on the CMT series Can You Duet in 2008. Although both musicians had spent years focusing on their individual careers, they proved to be a strong duo and ultimately finished third in the competition, laying the groundwork for a collaborative career. Kansas-born Rory Feek had originally hit Nashville in 1995, hoping to hawk his songs. A meeting with legendary songwriter Harlan Howard resulted in a publishing deal with Howard, and Feek served as his lone staff writer through 2000, at which point he moved over to Clint Black's Blacktop Music. He eventually left that publishing contract, too, in order to start Giantslayer Publishing in 2004 with songwriting partner Tim Johnson.
Joey Feek was born in Alexandria, Indiana, and made her first public singing appearance at the age of six, when she performed Dolly Parton's "Coat of Many Colors" at a first-grade talent show. She moved to Nashville in 1998, signed to Sony Records in 2000, and recorded a debut album with producers Paul Worley and Billy Crain. Changes in the label's infrastructure led to the album being shelved, however. She recorded a second album, Strong Enough to Cry, in 2004, but that too was never officially released, although it did become available as a download in 2007.
The spotlight finally found Joey + Rory in 2008, when the two auditioned for the Can You Duet show at the request of a mutual friend. After the show wrapped up, the pair signed a record deal with Sugar Hill Records and released a debut album, The Life of a Song, that same year. Rory also released a digital solo album, My Ol' Man, but The Life of a Song proved to be the bigger release, cracking the country Top 40 and earning the duo three nominations (and one win) from the 2010 Academy of Country Music Awards. A follow-up album, simply called Album Number Two, was also released in 2010. A Farmhouse Christmas appeared in time for the holidays in 2011, while His and Hers appeared at the end of the summer in 2012 on Sugar Hill/Vanguard.
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'I Surrender All' - Joey + Rory - Christian Music Videos
Joey + Rory - Official Video for “ I Surrender All (Live)", available now! Buy the full length DVD/CD ‘Joey + Rory: Hymns' here: http://smarturl.it/Joey.Rory.CClassiccs Available at iTunes: http://smarturl.it/J.R.CountryClassics Sign-Up for the Gaither Newsletter and receive $5 off your next online purchase: http://smarturl.it/GaitherNewsletter Subscribe to Gaither Music YouTube Channel: http://smarturl.it/GaitherMusicTV_Subsc Subscribe to GaitherVEVO Channel: http://smarturl.it/GaitherVEVOSubscribe Subscribe to Gaither TV: http://smarturl.it/GaitherTV_Subscribe Follow Gaither Music for updates on your favorite artists. Facebook: http://smarturl.it/FB_GaitherMusic Twitter: http://smarturl.it/TW_GaitherMusic Instagram: http://smarturl.it/IG_GaitherMusic Website: http://smarturl.it/gaither.com LYRICS: All to Jesus I surrender All to Him I freely give I will ever love and trust Him In His presence daily live All to Jesus I surrender Humbly at His feet I bow Worldly pleasures all forsaken Take me Jesus take me now I surrender all I surrender all All to Thee my blessed Saviour I surrender all All to Jesus I surrender Make me Saviour wholly Thine Let me feel the Holy Spirit Truly know that Thou art mine All to Jesus I surrender Lord I give myself to Thee Fill me with Thy love and power Let Thy blessings fall on me All to Jesus I surrender Now I feel the sacred flame Oh the joy of full salvation Glory glory to His name Written by Eric D. Dawkins, Winfield Scott Weeden, Judson Wheeler Van Deventer, Derek Clark, Anson R. Dawkins • Copyright © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc, Universal Music Publishing Group
Joey+Rory Feek Albums
His and HersJuly 2012
Album Number TwoSeptember 2010