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Due to popular demand, JT and Looney have united to combine their unique chemistry covering topics in sports, pop culture and current events.

JT The Brick
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John Tournour, “JT the Brick”, is a Sports Talk Radio Host who has been nationally syndicated since 1996. His radio shows have been cleared on many of the biggest sport talk radio stations in America.


JT has been with the Oakland Raiders since 1998 in various media and broadcasting capacities.  


In 2013, he authored, THE HANDOFF, a memoir chronicling his relationship with his longtime broadcasting mentor, Andrew Ashwood. This has led JT to become passionately involved with the American Cancer Society and Coaches vs. Cancer.  


In addition, JT emcees several annual charitable events such as The Fred Biletnikoff Hall of Fame Golf Classic, Mike Ditka’s Gridiron Greats Hall of Fame Gala, and The Gene Upshaw Memorial Golf Classic.


JT is also a frequent contributor to various cable news outlets when breaking national sports stories occur.   


A native of Long Island, NY, JT lives in Las Vegas with his wife and two sons. 

Tomm Looney

Tomm Looney is a Los Angeles based talk show host, sports anchor, game show host, motivational speaker, voiceover guy, movie producer and restaurateur.  On TV, he was a seven year member of the cast of the The Best Damn Sports Show, Period.


For over 15 years, in addition to anchoring sports packages and “what’s trending” reports on FOX Sports Radio -- he was the co-host of the largest nighttime syndicated sports talk show in America, “The JT The Brick Show, with Tomm Looney” on FOX Sports Radio.


From 1991 until 2005. Looney owned the legendary LA celebrity hot spot “Van Go’s Ear Restaurant & Gallery.”


Looney sits on the advisory board of “Fit 4 The Cause” – A Los Angeles based charity that aims to “improve the community’s health through exercise, therapy and nutrition.” 


Every year on his birthday, Looney bench presses 400 pounds. 


As far as his personal life, Looney says, “The personal life of Shannon Elizabeth and I are just that. Personal.”

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