Forbes highlights Rory Feek and “This Life I Live”

Rory and Indiana Feek, 2019

Rory Feek and his new show on RFD-TV “This Life I Live” were the subject of a feature story written on

The story discusses Rory’s blog by the same name, losing his wife Joey to cancer and the birth of his daughter Indiana.

“I don’t know if it’s cathartic or therapeutic, but it actually helps me process what we’re going through,” Rory says in the story. “When I’m storytelling, it helps me to understand a little better what’s happening in my own life and to try to make sense of the world a little more.”

The piece also focuses on Rory’s role as a single Dad to Indiana because she was just 2-years-old when Joey died. Many of the episodes feature friends and neighbors using the one-room schoolhouse on Rory’s land.

“It’s been life-changing for her, for me, for the other kids that go there, and for the community,” Feek says. “It’s also been inspiring for other people who follow it online. This is Indy’s kindergarten year, so there’s a lot in store. And it’s not just a schoolhouse, it’s also a little farm school. They’ve got baby chicks, they have a pony, and soon we’ll have sheep and cows. They also have a big garden and greenhouse, so it’s pretty special.”

The story also touches on Rory’s new role with RFD-TV as Chief Chief Creative Officer, in which he will be developing several new shows for RFD-TV in addition to “This Life I Live,” including “Muletown in the Round,” which features an intimate look at some of country music’s greatest songwriters, songs, and the stories that inspired those songs.

You can watch new episodes of “This Life I Live” Sundays on RFD-TV at 9pm ET/8pm CT. You can also watch past episodes on WatchRFDTV.Com.

You can read the full Forbes interview here.