A new documentary debuting Tuesday night shares an intimate look at the journey of the husband-and-wife singing duo Joey+Rory.
Rory Feek stopped by NBC’s TODAY Show on Sept. 6 to talk about a new documentary commemorating his late wife.
Joey Feek, 40, died in March after a nearly two-year battle with cancer. Together, the couple formed the country music duo Joey + Rory.
The documentary entitled “To Joey, With Love” will be shown in select theaters on Sept. 20 and Oct. 6.
The documentary's website lists West Town Mall 9 in Knoxville, Tinseltown Oakridge in Oakridge, Foothills 12 in Maryville and Carmike 12 in Morristown as the four theaters in East Tennessee to screen the film on Sept. 20.
“When Joey passed away in March, and we came home to our farm, I couldn’t remember my wife healthy,” Rory Feek told TODAY’s Savannah Gutherie. “All those years of marriage, and all of that life that she had, until I started going through the footage, and then I saw her come back to life.”
Rory Feek documented the journey of Joey’s battle with cancer, and the birth of the couple’s daughter named Indiana on film and in his blog entitled “This Life I Live.”
Indiana just turned 2 years old. Rory Feek called Indiana “a blessing.”
“I think that maybe, like me, they rarely get to see a beautiful love story,” Rory Feek said of sharing Joey’s story. “Even if it’s tragic, sometimes the most beautiful things happen in the midst of tragedy.”
Rory Feek also has a book based on his blog entitled “This Life I Live” set for a Valentine’s Day release on Feb. 14, 2017.
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