ACM Award-Winning Joey & Rory Partner With Kraft Foods To Fight Hunger & More

Joey+Rory today announced a partnership with Kraft Foods to help fight hunger along with being an ambassador for the brand. The duo, who released their third album His And Hers last week, discuss what it means to be a part of this new initiative with Kraft.

In conjunction with the upcoming 48th annual ACM Awards, KRAFT will sponsor the ACM Expo on April 5-7 at the The Orleans Hotel and Casino as part of the Academy of Country Music's "The Week Vegas Goes Country."  Joey + Rory will make an appearance at the KRAFT booth on Saturday, April 4 from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. to sign autographs, and will also debut their new song "Enough," written by the duo exclusively for the Fighting Hunger Together initiative.

Fans can also visit the KRAFT booth for a chance to win special giveaways such as a VIP trip for two to Nashville - a package that includes three-night hotel accommodations, breakfast or lunch at Joey + Rory's restaurant Marcy Jo'sMealhouse, as well as backstage passes to landmark Nashville attractions such as the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music of Fame and Museum, as well as others.

In addition to their work during ACM week, Joey + Rory are set to shoot cooking demos with KRAFT from Marcy Jo's Mealhouse that will air on BetterTV.  Joey will shoot a grilling theme “cooking demo” in late April in Eagle Rock, MO for Better Homes and Gardens, KRAFT and Weber Grills.
In other Joey + Rory news, they are currently in the studio hard at work on their first inspirational album to be released this summer on the Gaither Music Group label in partnership with their own imprint.  They recently finished the second season of their RFD-TV series The Joey + Rory Show, and will soon begin production on the third season.  The Kansas-born Rory Feekand Alexandria, Indiana born Joey Martin Feek will host their 5th Annual “Bib & Buckle Fest” held on their farm in Pottsville, Tennessee on Saturday, June 1 where they welcome approximately 1,500 music fans each year to their homestead. The award-winning duo also plans to continue their “Farmhouse Concert” series held throughout the summer and into the fall.