Joey+Rory To Release ‘Made To Last’

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• October 3, 2013

joey rory made to last1Husband and wife duo Joey+Rory, including Rory Feek and Joey Martin, are set to release Made To Last on Oct. 8 on Farmhouse Recordings.

Available on CD and on vinyl, the album features a dozen songs from the current season of the duo’s television program, The Joey+Rory Show. Songwriters on the project include Townes Van Zant, Zac Brown, Coy Bowles, Nick Cowan, Jamie O’Hara, Stephanie Davis, Morgane Hayes, Austin Cunningham, Allen Shamblin, Jenny Yates and others.

“This album is the most personal project we’ve ever worked on,” explains Feek. “With this record, we had the freedom to record anything we wanted. We chose these songs solely because we loved them and wanted to sing them. I know the fans will be able to feel that intimacy when they listen to these tracks.”

Joey + Rory competed in CMT’s Can You Duet in 2008, placing third. After the competition, they signed a deal with Vanguard/Sugar Hill Records and released their debut album The Life of a Song that same year. The debut album was followed by Album Number Two, His and Hers, and A Farmhouse Christmas. Inspired: Songs of Faith & Family was released via Gaither Music Group.

Made To Last Track Listing

1. If I Needed You (Townes Van Zant)
2. Good Truck (Rory Feek/Zac Brown/Coy Bowles/Nick Cowan)
3. Just A Cup of Coffee (Stephanie Davis)
4. 50,000 Names (Jamie O’Hara)
5. Dreamer (Rory Feek/Joey Martin/Danny Potter)
6. I Love You song (Rory Feek)
7. Now That She’s Gone (Rory Feek/Morgane Hayes)
8. I’ll Sing For You (Rory Feek/Tony Martin)
9. Made To Last (Austin Cunningham/Allen Shamblin)
10. In A Cowboy’s Dream (Rory Feek/Joey Martin/Jenny Yates)
11. Enough (Rory Feek)
12. To Do What I Do (Tim Johnson)

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