|Full Name||Rory Lee Feek|
|Birth Name||Rory Lee Feek|
|Birth City||Atchison, Kansas|
|Father Name||Robert Feek|
|No Of Children||3|
|Awards||Academy of Country Music Award|
|Date of Birth||April 25,1965|
Rory Feek was born in Atchison, Kansas, the United States, on 25 April 1965 as Rory Lee Feek. He was born to American Parents; Robert Feek and his wife.
As of 2020, Rory is 55 years old. He holds an American nationality and belongs to a mixed ethnic background.
Rory Feek married his first wife, Tamara Gilmer, on 3 August 1985. They were blessed with two children, Heidi and Hopie.
As time went by, their relationship could not stand long, and with mutual understanding, they divorced on 25 March 1992.
After a decade, in 2002, Feek met the love of his life. He exchanged his marital vows with Joey Martin in a lavish wedding ceremony.
Feek and Martin welcomed a daughter, Indiana Feek, in 2014. Indiana was born with Down syndrome.
Unfortunately, Joey Martin Feek died on 4 March 2016 due to metastatic cervical cancer. After the death of his second wife, he has not been linked with any woman.
As of today, Rory Feek lives a single life enjoying quality time with his children.
At the young age of 15, Rory Feek was inspired to be a musician. His inspirations were Merle Haggard, Don Williams, and others.
In 1995, he signed a contract with Rod Phelps, Nashville Entertainment Attorney. He released his first single as a songwriter, "Someone You Used to Know." The song made to Top Five country hit in 1999.
He wrote for popular artists such as Randy Travis, Kenny Chesney, Mark Wills, Lorrie Morgan, Tracy Byrd as well as Blake Shelton.
Later in 2004, the songwriter launched his won label, the Giantslayer Records. American country music artist Blaine Larsen recorded his two audio albums with his label.
Moreover, in 2008, Feek and his late second wife Joey Martin established a bluegrass duo Joey + Rory. The duo participated in Country Music Television's talent show Can You Duet. The pair was placed third. After the show, they signed a contract with Vanguard Records.
The same year 2008, Joey + Rory released their debut, "Cheater, Cheater". The Joey + Rory duo released albums like The Life of a Song, Album Number Two, His and Hers, Inspired: Songs of Faith & Family, and several others.
Joey + Rory even won the 2010 Academy of Country Music Award under the category of Top New Vocal Duo of the year.
Are wondering, what is Rory Feek doing now? Don't worry, Rory is expected to be back in the music industry soon.
Rory Feek's net worth is around $3 million as per Celebrity Net Worth. He amassed his riches from his professional career as a singer and songwriter.
Moreover, he also makes money from his album sales, concerts, and social media earnings.