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Lorianne Crook and Charlie Chase have hosted successful radio and television programs together on a continuous basis for more than 25 years, and are one of the longest running broadcast duos in the industry. After establishing successful, individual broadcast careers, Crook and Chase joined forces in 1983 as hosts of the syndicated TV show, This Week In Country Music. The Nashville Network (TNN) picked up the program in 1985 and it aired exclusively on the network until 1999. During those 16 years, Crook and Chase became two of the network's most popular and respected hosts, producing thousands of hours of programming, including The Crook & Chase Show, Crook & Chase Tonight, Music City Tonight with Crook & Chase, Celebrities Offstage, Funny Business, Today's Country, and countless award shows and specials. Much of their personal and professional history was documented in their 1995 book Crook and Chase: Our Lives, The Music, And The Stars.
In 1989, Crook and Chase ventured into radio with the debut of The Crook & Chase Countdown. The program was originally syndicated by TNNR, later by Jones Radio Networks, and most recently by United Stations Radio Networks before joining Premiere Radio Networks in 2009.
In addition to hosting their popular countdown radio program, Crook and Chase continue to reach audiences across the nation as hosts of the weekly TV show Crook & Chase on RFD-TV. Crook is also host of Lorianne Crook's Celebrity Kitchen on RFD-TV and can be seen hosting various specials, such as the CMA Celebrity Close-Up on GAC, while Chase co-hosts the weekday news program Tennessee Mornings on FOX 17 in Nashville, Tenn. For more information visit Crook & Chase on the web at www.CrookandChase.com.