Indy Feek proves she 'has a love for music in her blood' in the cutest video you'll see today

Apr 11, 2018
12:00 A.M.
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It only seems natural for the little angel to carry the legacy of her musical parents.


As reported in an article published by Country Rebel, daughter of Joey Feek and Rory Feek, Indiana Feek, aka Indy, had been enjoying taking piano lessons with her teacher, Miss Amber.

The official social media account of Joey + Rory shared a collage of pictures of Indy enjoying Amber teaching her to play Do You Want to Build a Snowman? from the popular animated movie, Frozen, on the piano.

Indy was also seen exercising her vocal chords as she enjoyed singing with her neighbor, Jan Harris. Rory captured the beautiful moment on video and shared it with the fans on social media.

He captioned the video by saying that Indy was born to sing.


The cute video showed Indy swaying and singing to the tune of Mockingbird as she enjoyed the collaboration with Harris. However, at the end of the video, Indy asked Harris to stop and wanted to sing the hook line herself.

The song Mockingbird was originally written and recorded by Inez and Charles Foxx in 1963. It was based on the famous lullaby Hush Little Baby.

The song received popularity in 2004 after country singer Toby Keith released a cover version of the song with his daughter Krystal. Their rendition reached number 27 in the Hot Country Songs chart.


Indy's parents were part of the famous country and bluegrass band Joey + Rory. The couple took the band to fame with their unique voices and songwriting. Rory added the element of magic with his guitar skills.

The duo won the Academy of Country Music Award for Top New Vocal Duo of the Year in 2010. They also won Vocal Duo category the next year at the Inspirational Country Music Awards.

Joey lost her life to cancer on March 4, 2016, at the age of 40. She was buried in the family cemetery on the Feek farm.