How can I get tickets to a taping of Crook & Chase?
At this time, we do not have any tapings of the Crook & Chase TV show scheduled that involve a live audience. When we do have a taping scheduled, you will find the ticket information posted on our Home page.
How do I find Crook & Chase on radio or TV?
The Crook & Chase tv show is syndicated weekly across the country, and also airs on TNN. Find out if there's a syndication affiliate in your area by clicking on "Stations". You can find out if there is a TNN affiliate near you by going to watchtnn.com. If there's not a local station in your area that carries Crook & Chase, be sure to let your television provider and local stations know that you want Crook & Chase!!
The Crook & Chase Countdown is provided to radio stations across the country to air on weekends. Click on "Stations" to find out if we have a radio partner near you. If The Countdown does not air in your area, call up your favorite local radio station and let them know you would love to hear Crook & Chase!
Can Crook & Chase help me become a country singer/songwriter?
Lorianne & Charlie have interviewed hundreds of country newcomers in their 30 years as a broadcast team, and they have seen many of them go on to become superstars. However, Lorianne or Charlie are not personally involved in artist management or development. If you are interested in pursuing a career in music, they encourage you to first learn everything you can about how the business works, and then by all means, pursue your dream! Maybe one of these days, Lorianne and Charlie will get the opportunity to interview you!
Do Lorianne & Charlie have a Fan Club?
Not at this time. But you can find out everything that’s going on with Crook & Chase right here at crookandchase.com!! And you can sign up to receive our newsletter by e-mail. Just write to us at our Contact page and check that you would like to receive our newsletter.
Can I get a copy of a previous Crook & Chase show?
We appreciate all of the interest in purchasing some of our programs. At this time, Crook & Chase programs are produced solely to run on television and radio.