Dan Miller sings “She Looks So Good in Black”

Growing up on a dairy farm in Indiana, Dan Miller yearned for a life far different from his own–he wanted to pursue a career in entertainment. He attended college on a football scholarship and eventually made his way to Los Angeles. It was there that he would pursue his aspirations of becoming an entertainer. He took acting classes while working a variety of jobs in radio and television. On the side, he would take the stage as The Dan Miller Band at various venues, eventually expanding his tour throughout the region, including Reno, Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and more, before beginning to tour nationally.
Dan ultimately moved to Nashville in the hopes of a recording career. In return, however, he was met with a multitude of opportunities in television, voice-over, and commercial work. Within the following 15 years, he would host the Cable ACE award-winning “Top Card” show, as well as serve as host/emcee for national conventions for corporations like Subaru and Toyota.
Eventually, Dan Miller and his family relocated to Wyoming. There, he would continue hosting television shows like GAC’s “Extreme Bulls”  and The Outdoor Channel’s “Best of the West” and “Cody Wild West Shows,” on which he invited many of his Nashville buddies to Cody, Wyoming and perform with him–his friends included Mel Tillis, the Bellamy Brothers, Kathy Mattea, Billy Dean, Suzy Bogguss, and Ed Bruce, just to name a few.
Dan’s latest adventures has been Dan Miller’ and his Cowboy Music Revue, an entertainment staple in downtown Cody, as well as across the globe. Over the last 15 years, the group has entertained audiences in 68 countries, garnered attention by numerous national publications (including USA Today, Cowboys & Indians, True West), and have been featured on multiple television networks and shows (including Travel Channel, ESPN, GAC, and “Larry’s Country Diner” on RFD). The group, known for its first-class musicianship and family-friendly production have gathered a loyal following from coast to coast.  More information on Dan Miller can be found at his website, https://cowboymusicrevue.com.