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He would always return to Highland whenever he was in the area, and it was only natural that when he wrote their hit song, Cheater Cheater, the name of the bar in the song lyrics is Ernie’s Bar, the long-time establishment on the main street of Highland.
Growing up in Indiana, Joey grew up on a farm and sang with her family before heading to Nashville at the age of 22.Having a strong work ethic, she hit the Nashville area by finding work doing something else she loved – working with horses.That work resulted in a chance meeting with Leann Rimes’ father, Wilbur Rimes, where she worked on his ranch taking care of his cattle and horses.While working there, one of the first stops she made in Nashville was the famous Bluebird Cafe to listen to the songwriters perform their songs.Joey+Rory to Perform Second Show at Highland The highly popular country music duo Joey+Rory is going to stay an extra night and do a second performance at Highland Community College.After learning that their November 29 performance of A Farmhouse Christmas is sold out, Rory Feek quickly committed to doing a second show on November 30.
Information about tickets, which are , can be obtained from Samantha Baker at [email protected] 785.442.6026.
Both performances of A Farmhouse Christmas are at pm on the Mary Helen Porter Stage in Culbertson Auditorium on the HCC campus. In addition to the popularity of their music, the sold out performance and resulting second show is a direct result of the husband and wife team looking forward to returning to the area where Rory Feek spent time when he was growing up and many of his relatives still live.
Joey+Rory are doing A Farmhouse Christmas tour to promote their new album of the same name and will kick off their tour in Joey’s hometown area of Anderson, IN, on November 25, the same night the RFD television channel will be airing a one-hour special, a Country Family Reunion, that will feature Joey+Rory. Rory was born in Atchison where his father worked for the railroad and continues to live.
Rory moved with his mother, two brothers, and two sisters to Highland when he was in the fourth grade.
The family lived in Highland for three years as his mother worked for the Highland Vidette and other jobs.
Feek’s family moved often as he was growing up and his mother continued finding jobs to support them, but his fondest memories of growing up center on his time in Highland.