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. Each season we select four musicians who agree to three performances at the Publick House throughout the three month residency timeframe. These courtyard concerts are every Sunday at noon, (summer concerts are every Wednesday at 6pm) and are free and open to the public. We encourage tips and donations to the musicians.



virgil is a bit of a curmudgeon. always nudging but not budging, sometimes down in the dumps except when makin tunes and bumps

Catch Virgil Vigil play in the courtyard First Sundays, April 3rd, May 1st, June 5th.


Veronica May is an empowering blend of music & madness. With her artistry she has cultivated a deeply engaging live performance, not to be missed. An award-winning, multi-instrumentalist, this Colorado native has 18+ years on the professional stage, both as a musician and public speaker. Her personal journey with Bipolar 1 combines with her musical talent to produce a unique blend of dancing and destigmatizing mental illness. It’s been said that people come to her shows as strangers and leave feeling like friends. Whether she’s digging in on her electric guitar, bringing her acoustic to life with percussive beats, or making the sounds of the piano bend to her soaring vocals, she builds layers of musical elements that will resonate with you long after the lights go down. Find all her shows and more at www.veronicamay.com.

Catch Veronica play in the courtyard Second Sundays, April 10th, May 8th, June 12th.


Theresa “T” Brodzinski lives in a world where music controls the tides. To her, every sunset contains a melody, and every mountain has a lyrical tale to tell. From birth a music enthusiast, her influences vary widely from Janis Joplin to Joan Jett to Bob Dylan. T hails from small-town Ohio but has called Fort Collins home since 2000. It is here she first began performing publicly and has since delved into the world of songcraft.  In 2014 she co-founded the all-womyn string band Lois and the Lantern and in late 2021 started an acoustic punk band called Ruthless Ginsburg. Expect sincere songwriting that questions our purpose and celebrates small moments of wonder.

Catch T play in the courtyard Third Sundays, April 17th, May 15th, June 19th.


Carlos Barata is a Portuguese-American solo singer, songwriter, guitarist, performer, and Board-Certified Music Therapist in Fort Collins – originally from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. With soulful vocals and accessible songwriting, his intimate and alternative style is something simple, sweet, and special that has supported artists like Matt & Kim, Pete Francis of Dispatch, and more. His 4th EP “When I See It” will be released Summer 2022.

Catch Carlos play in the courtyard Last Sundays, April 24th, May 29, June 26th.

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