Joey + Rory
Husband-and-wife duo Joey + Rory got their break on CMT's Can You Duet in 2008. Both had pursued separate careers in music -- Rory concentrated on songwriting and Joey on her singing -- before they decided to try their luck as a duo for the show. Although they didn't win the competition, the twosome was picked up by Sugar Hill Records and released The Life of a Song in 2008. The song "Cheater, Cheater" was a bona fide country hit and helped establish the duo's traditional sound.
Joey + Rory Concert Films
Country Classics: A Tapestry Of Our Musical Heritage
Joey + Rory
Runtime: 47 minCountry music sweethearts Joey+Rory remind us that good songs keep getting better with age. Bill Gaither visits the couple on their farm to discuss these songs, their country music influences, their childhoods, life on the farm and their new baby girl. Known for their highly-rated TV program, 'The Joey+Rory Show,' on RFD-TV, this couple's heartfelt harmonies and tender vocals form a perfect marriage with these household favorites that were handed down to them by their parents. Featuring the duo's old-fashioned, country charm, the recording includes 'Coat of Many Colors,' 'Rocky Top,' 'Paper Roses,' 'Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue,' 'King of the Road' and many more.