As Rory Feek and his Firekid's Dillon Hodges performed Townes Van Zandt's classic country, little Indiana Feek showed off her dancing skills.
Rory Feek of the iconic duo 'Joey+Rory' was seen strumming and singing the classic song If I Needed You with his daughter Heidi Feek and her bandmate from Firekid, Dillon Hodges, on the Father's Day segment of CBS Sunday Morning.
The setting was staged on the porch of Rory's home on a laidback Sunday morning.
As the trio started performing the country ode, which also featured on Joey+Rory's 2013 Album, Made To Last, 4-year-old Indy was seen dancing with her stepsister, Hopie Feek.
Heidi and Hopie are Rory's daughters from his previous relationship with his spouse Tamara Gilmer. Rory and Gilmer had tied the knot in 1985 before splitting up in 1992.
Read more about Rory Feek and his daughters on our Twitter account @amomama_usa. The family underwent a massive heartbreak in 2016 when Joey passed away due to cancer in March.
When the family appeared on the morning show, Rory took the opportunity to promote his new book Once Upon a Farm, which documents his experience of raising a young daughter on his own after Joey's passing.
As the singer began performing If I Needed You, he looked entirely entranced by the feel of the song. Still, he could not help himself but look over at Hopi and Indy slow-dancing to the tune.
He had a big proud smile on his face as he watched Indy dance around freely to his music. The song was significant to the family as it was also sung by Joey.
Rory and Joey got married on June 15, 2002, after dating for a few months. The couple first met when Rory performed In The Round, and Joey was fascinated by his skills.
The duo decided to work together and formed the bluegrass duo band, Joey + Rory in 2008. The couple gave birth to Indy on February 17, 2014. Indy was born with Down syndrome.
Rory keeps posting pictures of Indy and her journey via his social media keeping his fans and followers updated.