(Online tickets available until noon June 29, walk in only after noon)
Michael Martin Murphey. Best known for a genre busting career that includes topping the Pop, Country, Bluegrass and Western Music charts, Michael is a long-time activist and outspoken supporter of caring for land and water.
“Michael is more than an award-winning country western singer-songwriter,” said Crow. “He is also an avid steward of the culture and landscape of the American West. We have a mutual interest in protecting the environment for future generations.”
Murphey returns to his singing cowboy roots to tell riveting human stories of love and hate, sin and redemption, loss and risk, failure and victory, revenge and forgiveness and family legacy.
Carin Mari. Inspired by the mountains of Colorado where she was born and raised, Carin Mari is a songwriter from the heart who is passionate about playing her own brand of music.
Country/Americana Music quickly became her passion summer of 2001, when dear friend and mentor, Michael Martin Murphey, suggested that Carin learn "I Want to be a Cowboy's Sweetheart.”