Bass player Barry Knox, one of the four members of Parmalee, tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Kristin "KJ" Joiner on Saturday (Oct. 21) in Jamaica. The band posted congratulations to the couple on Instagram; their post features a picture of the newlyweds' oceanfront ceremony.

Joiner, a videographer, director, editor and graphic artist, owns Caged Films and has previously worked on video content and graphics for artists such as Montgomery GentryRandy Travis and Dolly Parton, among others. She and Knox announced their engagement in September of 2015.

"Kristin Joyner has completely changed my life. She's the coolest, smartest, most bada-- girl I've ever met," Knox said at the time of their engagement. "She moved with me to Nashville and stuck by me through all the struggles, and I know I couldn't have done it without her!!"

Parmalee consists of Knox, his cousins Matt Thomas and Scott Thomas, and their friend Josh McSwain. They are the band behind the hit single "Carolina" and the song "Roots," the latter of which is from Parmalee's recent sophomore album, 27861.

Beginning on Nov. 3, Parmalee will be hitting the road on their Hotdamalama Tour. For a complete listing of tour dates, visit the band's website.

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