This week on Crook & Chase TV...
This week on Crook & Chase TV, it's a gripping show as Crook & Chase get the dramatic details about real life and death experiences surrounding some of today’s new music. Plus, the lighter side as the stars reveal their funniest behind the scenes moments recently!
ERIC CHURCH - Eric tells why he is pushing his brand of country even further toward rock with his upcoming new album; and explains the funny story behind his new haircut!
JAKE OWEN - Jake tells Crook & Chase the inside details about his new album Days of Gold; and recounts his embarrassing moment at a fast food restaurant.
PARMALEE - The Band relates how they overcame an armed robbery that nearly killed their drummer; and how they stuck together to release their first country album.
BRANCH & DEAN - These two childhood buddies grew up to be country’s newest duo. Their first single is “The Dash” – a touching tribute to Steve Branch’s son who recently died from complications of Cystic Fibrosis.
COUNTRY HOT NEWS - As co-hosts of the historic George Jones tribute concert, Crook & Chase take you on stage for the star-studded event.
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This weekend, two generations of “Keiths” join Lorianne and Charlie to talk about Whiskey & Lace, the debut CD from Krystal Keith, daughter of superstar Toby Keith. Find out from Krystal why she had to give a Redneck 101 education course to her producer! You’ll also hear from Toby what his daughter persuaded him to do that he hasn’t done for anyone in his life!
New group Parmalee talk to Lorianne and Charlie about their difficult journey to Nashville, and why they are grateful to their hometown of Parmale, North Carolina for inspiring many of the songs on their brand new CD Feels Like Carolina.
Kip Moore shares the hard times that inspired his fall tour appropriately named “Burn The Whole World Down".
And Kenny Rogers talks about the rumors 30 years ago fueled by his duet with Dolly Parton "Islands In the Stream".
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