Wolverine Farm Publishing and Wolverine Farm Publick House strive to be valuable resources for local performers. In order to better serve the music and artist community and to encourage individual artists to interact with one another and build a strong network, we present the Musician in Residence (MUIR) program. The music residency hosts four artists for a three month period, holding space for exploration, experimentation, and collaboration! These concerts are held upstairs (or outside in the summer) every Wednesday at 6pm and open to the public. We encourage tips and donations to the musicians.
2023 MUSICIANS IN RESIDENCE
Crispy Watkins was raised in the hills of East Tennessee, formed by fiddle tunes, Delta Blues, and Knoxville’s scruffy Americana. Rhythmic and inviting, Crispy’s tunes come up from the rivers and mountains to strike at deep questions and heart-yearnings that dance between mind, body, and soul connections, confronting pain and seeking healing. This is old-time inspired queer roots music with an ecological devotion and a mystic heart. Crispy is based in Fort Collins, CO, since 2014.
In 2023 he is emerging with an updated sound that is experimental and heartfelt, moving both body and mind through rhythms and melodies that invite participation in the greater landscape of living.
Catch Crispy at the at the Publick House every First Wednesday: April 5, May 3, June 7
Ash Redhorse & The Midnight Suns are a multi-genre band commonly residing in the realms of Indie & Folk Rock, inspired by tales of love and growing through the ages.
Catch Ash Redhorse at the Publick House every Second Wednesday: April 12, May 10, June 14
Chelsea Beth is a singer songwriter currently living in Fort Collins, Colorado. She writes music that is autobiographical and inspired by experiences growing-up in the Pacific Northwest as well as the time she spent living in the southwest. Her music would best be described as emotional indie rock.
Catch Chelsea at the Publick House every Third Wednesday: April 19, May 17, June 21
Eva Rose King
Eva Rose King is a folk singer-songwriter originally from Orange County, CA, though she has called Fort Collins home since 2022. She is best known for her soulful, almost jazz-y vocals. Having lived in seven US states and four countries in the last decade, she often writes about the idea of home, loss, and change. Some of her biggest influences include Leonard Cohen, Laura Marling, Andrew Bird, and Courtney Marie Andrews.
Catch Eva at the Publick House every Last Wednesday: April 26, May 31, June 28