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.
When he moved to Nashville to pursue a recording career, Dan found more opportunities existed for him there in television, commercials and voice over work. Over the next 15 years he hosted a variety of television shows including the Cable ACE award winning Top Card, and conventions for national corporations including Toyota and Subaru.
After Dan and his family moved to Cody, Wyoming, Dan continued to host television shows including “Xtreme Bulls” on GAC and “The Best of the West” on the Outdoor Channel. Many of Dan’s fellow musicians in Nashville have accepted his invitation to perform in Cody—performers such as Mel Tillis, The Bellamy Brothers, Kathy Mattea, Billy Dean, Suzy Bogguss and Ed Bruce have entertained audiences in Cody as part of Dan’s “Cody Wild West Shows.”
For the past eleven years, Dan has entertained over 100,000 people from 60+ countries with his “Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue”.