Joey Feek's Posthumous Solo Album Features Touching 48-Page Booklet Celebrating Her Life and Legacy

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Just over a year after Joey Feek died of cervical cancer, the country singer's legacy is being honored once again with a new album.
Joey gained fame as a country artist making music alongside her husband, Rory Feek, in the country duo Joey + Rory, however this posthumous release is a collection of her various solo efforts that give her talented voice a whole new life.
The 12-track album, If Not For You, was produced and recorded in 2005. While it was previously available through the couple's website, the album will enjoy widespread release on April 5. Copies of the album will come packaged with a 48-page booklet celebrating Joey's life, marriage and career, with photos, stories and memories shared by Rory and her family.
The album also features a solo version of the couple's 2010 duet "That's Important to Me," as well as a song memorializing Joey's late brother, Justin Martin, who died in a car accident in 1994.
Rory took to Instagram on March 4 to pay tribute to his wife on the one-year anniversary of her death. The country crooner shared a series of emotional snapshots and throwback pics honoring her memory.

For more on Rory’s touching tribute and how he’s healing following the death of his beloved wife, watch the video below.