This week, Keith Urban had the honor of opening his own exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame, aptly titled "Keith Urban So Far..." However, the event was a…
I think every time I read a blog post from Rory Feek these days I cry.
Meet Brock. He's had a rough go of it, spending the last five years of his young life (he's 9) battling brain cancer. His parents recently got the sad news that after having the tumor removed it has returned and is now very aggressive. One of Brock's biggest wishes is to meet the coaches from The Voice, and especially Mr. Blake.
Actor Mark Wahlberg recently did 22 pull-ups in 30 seconds on The Ellen Degeneres Show and raised $25,000 for breast cancer research in the process. Chuck Wicks is pretty sure he can do more pull-ups than Marky Mark and he's decided to put your money where his mouth is.
Joey+Rory's Rory Feek has decided that the show will go on ... at least for a little while.
Wow. There really are no words.
Country star Kacey Musgraves, along with Nashville's widely respected artist and humanitarian Stephen Salyers and wonderful organization Love Your Melon, recently teamed up to make a three-year-old cancer patient's dreams come true.
Sad news from Joey+Rory's Rory Feek. In a new blog post posted this morning, the singer reveals that his wife Joey's cancer has returned.
This one's a bit of a tearjerker guys. Although the video depicts a tribute to our fallen soldiers (among other scenes of dealing with loss), 'One Hell of An Amen' is apparently actually about a real-life friend of Brantley's and his lost battle with cancer.
Photo via Facebook Well wishes and good vibes going out to Troy Gentry and his wife Angie. The Montgomery Gentry singer took to Facebook on Wednesday evening to reveal that…
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In May, at a routine appointment with her gynecologist, Joey’s doctor discovered something that concerned her. She said there was a mass on Joey’s cervix and that she wanted do a biopsy, and would let us know the results when she got them back. A few days later, Joey woke up from a nap with a message from the doctor, asking that we come in and talk with her that afternoon. When we walked into the her office, the doctor was clearly upset. Before she could even say the word “cancer”, her eyes welled up with tears and sobbing she said, “I’m so sorry Joey…”. My wife bravely smiled and said, ” it’s gonna be okay, just tell us”. And so she did.
Despite the scary diagnosis, it sounds like the family is handling things amazingly well. Rory followed his cancer announcement post with a second that is equally if not more amazing.
Yikes! Kenny Rogers took to Instagram today to reveal that he'd recently wrestled with an alligator, fought off a few Ninjas, and showed Chuck Norris who was boss. Okay, as…