Dan Miller’s Cowboy Review

Tuesday February 18, 2020

Long before Dan was hosting television shows like PBR Bull Riding, American Magazine and Due West, he was playing the showrooms of Nevada with The Dan Miller Band. While working on a dairy farm in Indiana he dreamed of movies, music and the entertainment industry.
After attending college on a football scholarship, he headed to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams. In L.A. Dan studied acting, worked in radio and television and performed in clubs. Those jobs led to the stages of Reno, Tahoe and Las Vegas and a touring schedule that took him from Alaska to Florida.

Dan has spent over half of his life in front of television cameras and on stage, entertaining. Millions of people have had the opportunity to view Dan’s work hosting television shows, from award-winning game shows like “Top Card”, to sporting events including Mesquite Championship Rodeo and PBR Bullriding. Dan has hosted shows on ESPN, TNN, GAC and The Outdoor Channel.

For the past fourteen years, he has performed for over 160,000 people from 65+ countries at his “Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue” in Cody, Wyoming. With five appearances on RFD-TV’s “Larry’s Country Diner,” hundreds of thousands more have had the opportunity to enjoy Dan’s music and entertaining abilities.

Dan’s daughter Hannah has performed onstage with her dad since the tender age of six, when she would appear to recite a cowboy poem, her dad would give her a dollar, and she would exit until the next night’s performance!

At the age of 9, Hannah began playing the fiddle, just a few songs each night, to the delight of the visitors! Soon after, she added harmony vocals, becoming a full-fledged member of the band after adding the mandolin to her repertoire of musical skills.

Hannah graduated with her Associate’s Degree from Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming in 2018.

Wendy Corr joined the band in 2008 as bass player and harmony vocalist. Wendy’s musical background goes back to her college years as a musical theatre major. She has performed onstage in community theatre productions, as well as singing for local events for many years.

A mom of two grown children who are also pursuing musical careers, Wendy stays very busy outside her performances in the Cowboy Music Revue. She is the news director for the Big Horn Radio Network; leads worship at the First Presbyterian Church in Cody on weekends; and works with clients as a certified holistic nutritionist.