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Sunday Morning Coming Down

with Crowman

Sunday Morning Coming Down with Crowman is your two-hour Texas Red-Dirt Radio Revival. It's all about Faith, Family, Friends, Freedom! Artist interviews & new music.

Sunday Morning Coming Down© features songs and interviews from Country Legends like George Strait, John Anderson, Charlie Daniels, Willie Nelson, John Conlee, Tracy Byrd, Hal Ketchum and Marty Stuart. The popular Texas Red-Dirt artists like Pat Green, Wade Bowen, Deryl Dodd, Kevin Fowler, Walt Wilkins and Robert Earl Keen are well represented.


Features inside the show include “Credit To The Roots of Our Raisin’”, songs about the men and women that raised us, Mom, Dad, Grandma & Grandpa. Gary P. Nunn sings about “Uncle Bud”. We also give a “Salute To The Troops” each week with songs like “Angel Flight” from Radney Foster. Both features guaranteed to tug at the old Red, White & Blue heartstrings.


Sunday Morning Coming Down©, Real Good Feel Good Music for a Sunday.

Sunday Morning Coming Down - Demo - Crowman
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Mike "Crowman" Crow is Program Director KTFW 92.1 Hank FM, On-Air: Mon-Fri 3-7pm, Sat 7p-12m.  

2 hours weekly

FTP download

6 min network/6 min local inventory per hour

Sunday Morning Coming Down© has been growing its audience throughout Texas and Oklahoma since 2008. Crow, a Country Music Programmer himself, originally created the show to play on Sunday mornings along with the rowdy format he pioneered in Texas Red-Dirt music on KTFW and The Ranch in Fort Worth, and KSCS Dallas in the 90’s. “The format then, and now to a degree, was too rowdy for listeners on their way to church with the family” says Crow, “and a full-on Gospel show wouldn’t fit either”.

The show does makes a great buffer between a Gospel show and regular Country programming.


In the last 10 years we’ve identified almost 1,000 songs by Texas Red-Dirt Artists, Independent Nashville Outlaws and Country Legends that are spiritual, soulful and inspirational. The list grows everyday as these artists seem to be including more of this music in the recordings now. The show appeals to “Saints & Sinners” and the message of the music is sometimes subliminal being delivered by singers that are mostly known for their beer drinkin’ and cheatin’ songs.

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