A year after her death, new Joey Feek music surfaces

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When 40-year-old Joey Feek lost her battle with cancer in March of 2016, many Joey+Rory fans not only mourned her death, but also mourned the fact that they would never hear her sweet voice again.

That is, until now.

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It was recently announced that an album of new Joey Feek music will be released on April 7, marking the iconic country singer’s solo debut. The album is a follow up to Joey+Rory’s successful “Hymns That Are Important to Us,” which gave the duo a No. 1 on the country chart and a Grammy Award for Best Roots Gospel Album back in February.

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The album, entitled “If Not For You,” was originally recorded in 2005 under the title “Strong Enough to Cry.” The album will now include the original version of Joey+Rory’s beloved hits “That’s Important to Me” and “See You There,” the latter of which was written as a tribute to Joey’s brother Justin, who passed away in 1994 as a result of a car accident. One of the coolest cuts on the album has to be the song “Red,” a song that Joey actually did a video for that features her dog.

Joey+Rory fans are sure to love the 48-page booklet that accompanies the album, filled with pictures and memories of a life taken much too soon.

What do you think?

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