Rory Lee Feek is an American country singer-songwriter, who has written songs for Tracy Byrd, Kenny Chesney, Clay Walker, Blake Shelton and much more. Lee Feek began playing guitar at 15, while he was a high school student. He then served two tours of duty as a member of the Marine Corps following his high school graduation.
Rory Lee Feek was born on April 25, 1965, in Atchison, Kansas. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Feek began playing guitar since the age of 15, later he served two tours of duty in the United States Marine Corps after high school.
In 1995, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee after being encouraged to by Nashville entertainment attorney Rod Phelps, and signed to a publishing contract.
Rory Lee Feek released his first single as a songwriter was Collin Raye's "Someone You Used to Know". He continued to write for other artists in the 2000s including album tracks for Mark Wills, Kenny Chesney, Terri Clark and much more.
Rory Lee Feek was previously married to Tamara Gilmer in 1985 but the couple did not continue their marriage relationship and they ended their relationship in 1992. Feek has two daughters, Heidi, born 1986 and Hopie, born 1988.
After divorce with his first wife, he remarried to Joey Martin Feek in 2002 but Joey died of metastatic cervical cancer on March 4, 2016. They have one child named, Indiana Boon who was born on February 17, 2014; she was born with Down Syndrome.