If you’re making plans to come to Cody, Wyoming this summer, we hope you’ll make it a point to stop at our Cowboy Music Revue!
We’re at a new location this summer – we’ve moved to 1601 Stampede Avenue, right next door to the Boot Barn at the top of the hill.
You’ll find our schedule for the summer months right here! You’ll notice that we are only doing matinees this summer, no evening shows, which will free you up to choose to have dinner at one of our many wonderful restaurants in town, as well as attending our famous Cody Nite Rodeo!
Our doors open at 3:15 p.m., with the show starting at 3:30, on the dates noted on the calendars. We aren’t taking reservations this year, so keep an eye on the calendar before your planned visit to make sure we’ve got a show on the day you plan to be in Cody!
You can also call Wendy’s phone at 307-899-2799 the week of the show to confirm the schedule.
Tickets this summer are $20 per person, $18 for seniors and military.
We were THRILLED to get the chance to make another appearance on “Larry’s Country Diner” this summer!
As many of you know, Dan and Larry are old friends from their radio and television days in Nashville, and since Larry started his “Diner” show, Dan has been a frequent guest… and we’ve frankly lost count of the number of times Dan and the band have appeared on RFD-TV!
BUT… we’re excited to announce that our most recent taping in Nashville will air TONIGHT, Thursday, at 6 p.m. Mountain Time (5 Pacific, 7 Central, 8 Eastern) on RFD-TV. If you miss tonight’s showing, the episode will air again at 9 p.m. Saturday (8 Pacific, 10 Central, 11 Eastern).
It’s always a joy for us as we do our summer performances here in Cody, when an audience member will tell us that they have come to see us because they saw us on “The Diner.” We’ve been blessed to be able to entertain folks across the country in their own living rooms, and then to meet them in person when they come to our show!
Dan Miller has spent his career promoting the cowboy way of life. As a rodeo announcer and television commentator, Miller promoted cowboys and western culture to a national audience for almost 30 years.
Miller, who is originally from Garrett, Indiana, began a project in 2005 that has touched thousands of people from around the world. Dan, his daughter Hannah and Wendy Corr this year are celebrating 18 years of playing to audiences from around the globe, with their unique brand of music, humor, history and poetry.
And they are bringing their Cowboy Music Revue – first-class western music and wholesome family entertainment – to Warsaw, Indiana at the Wagon Wheel Playhouse on Saturday, March 5.
“My Indiana roots run deep,” Miller said. “Both of my sisters still make their homes ‘Back Home In Indiana’. So it’s always a thrill for me to come home and share my western music with my fellow Hoosiers.”
For the past 18 years, Miller’s group has performed in Cody six nights each week, from June through September, to almost 200,000 visitors from 70 different foreign countries. They have performed over 2,000 shows together – from east coast to west coast, from Montana to Mexico – and have delighted audiences with their tight harmonies and musical excellence.
For almost fifteen years, Dan and his group have been featured artists in Nashville on the popular television show, “Larry’s Country Diner”. USA Today, Cowboys and Indians magazine and television networks RFD-TV, ESPN, the Travel Channel and the Outdoor Channel have all featured the Cowboy Music Revue.
“Absolutely delightful,” praised one writer for Cowboys and Indians Magazine. “These are proud Wyomingites, showing guests what’s great about their state. I left smiling and surprised.”
Dan’s circle of Nashville friends are fans, as well. Two-time CMA Entertainer of the Year Barbara Mandrell said of her visit, “The highlight of our wonderful vacation in Cody, Wyoming was the evening we spent at Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue. It is truly a fantastic, thoroughly entertaining variety show!”
A familiar face and voice to those who follow professional rodeo, western music and the great outdoors, Miller has produced and hosted national telecasts on TNN, ESPN, GAC, RFD-TV and The Outdoor Channel. In 2015 he was awarded the Excellence in Broadcast Journalism Award by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA).
In recent years, the group has had the opportunity to take their show on the road, and have delighted audiences from coast to coast.
“We had a deluge of rave reviews, both at the concert and the next morning at our local church, from folks who were still enthralled by the show twelve hours later,” noted the president of Stage Alive in Culpeper, Virginia. “One of the most entertaining acts we have presented in several years.”
Appearing with Miller are Wendy Corr, who plays bass and sings lead and harmony vocals, and Dan’s daughter Hannah, who sings and plays fiddle and mandolin in the show.
The show begins at 7:00 p.m. at the Wagon Wheel Center For the Arts in Warsaw on Saturday, March 5. Tickets are $25 per person, and can be purchased online HERE.
Our first stop will be in Nashville for our EIGHTH appearance on the RFD-TV show “Larry’s Country Diner!” We’re filming that on Friday, March 4th – we don’t know the air date yet, but will be sure to post it on our website and Facebook page as soon as we find out.
After Nashville, we’ll head north to Dan’s old stomping grounds in northern Indiana, at the Wagon Wheel Playhouse in Warsaw! Tickets for our performance on March 5th can be purchased HERE – if you’re in the area, we would LOVE to see you!!
From Indiana, we’ll head south to Tallahassee, Florida, for a performance at Westminster Oaks, before driving the truck back across the country to Cody.
It’s been a long winter – we are SO looking forward to hitting the road next month! If you’re going to be near one of our performances, we’d love it if you’d spend an evening with us!
We’re absolutely tickled to announce that we’ll be on another episode of “Larry’s Country Diner” this spring!
Dan’s history with Larry Black goes back over 30 years, when they both worked in Nashville – and Dan has been on Larry’s show seven times already. Many of you have seen us on the show, and we are thrilled to be headed back for another episode!
We’ll be taping the show March 4, but won’t know the air date until then. We’ll keep you posted!
Dan, Wendy, Hannah and friends are inviting the entire community to sing Holiday favorites in an evening of Christmas cheer!
On Saturday, December 18 at 7:00 p.m., Dan (along with sponsor Pinnacle Bank) will present “A Cody Community Christmas” at the Wynona Thompson Auditorium.
The evening will feature favorite Christmas carols, like “Joy To the World,” “Silver Bells,” “Silent Night,” and other traditional songs.
But to add to the special event, guest artists from around the Big Horn Basin will be performing: Larry and Alice Munari; Deb May and her daughters Maci Lucht and Miranda Snyder from Cowley, along with their brother Reece; Kennedy Corr and Donna Lynn Murray; and Shelbi McNeil and Stephanie Streeter, who have performed with the Cowboy Music Revue here in Cody and around the country.
Admission is FREE, with donations going to the Holiday Helpers organization.
If you’re in the area, join us for a special evening of holiday music and Christmas traditions!
One of our great pleasures is to get to know folks who come to our show.
One particular night this summer, Dan struck up a conversation with Kathy Allen, who had escorted a group of seniors from Pinedale to the show. After our performance, Kathy encouraged us to come to Pinedale during our winter season – and we have been able to make that happen!
On Saturday, October 23, we will be in concert at the Sheppard Auditorium in Pinedale. The show will be at 7:00 p.m., doors open at 6:30.
Tickets are $20 per person, or $35 for a couple – no need to buy tickets in advance, however, as all admission will be paid at the door.
If you’re anywhere near Sublette County, Wyoming on October 23, we’d love to see you!
History – it’s a funny thing. When four people have been playing music together for over a decade, that’s something to celebrate!
When Dan first started his Cowboy Music Revue in 2005, two of the founding members were Tim Bushnell on guitar and mandolin, and six-year-old Hannah reciting a cowboy poem (for which her dad promptly gave her a dollar on the spot each night).
Wendy joined the band in 2008, and she was impressed each night by Tim’s incredible musical talent, and completely charmed by then nine-year-old Hannah, who had picked up the fiddle and was playing her rendition of “Flop Eared Mule” for crowds at the Cody Theatre six nights a week in the summer.
And now here we are in 2021 – the seventeenth summer since the Cowboy Music Revue debuted, and guess who is on stage at the little theatre next to the Irma Hotel?
Dan, with his rich voice as smooth as ever, making audiences laugh and feel like they are a part of the performance.
Wendy, who joins in with harmony, rocks songs like “Independence Day” and croons ballads like “Love At the Five and Dime” and keeps the beat on the bass.
Beautiful Hannah, who has mastered that fiddle (and added mandolin to her skill set) and whose lovely alto charms guests from all over the country.
And here again is Tim, whose nimble fingers add so much to each song and draws huge rounds of applause each weekend, playing leads on songs like “Ghost Riders In the Sky” and “San Antonio Stroll”.
Come experience the show that visitors from all over the world walk away from with smiles on their faces and songs in their hearts!!
To make reservations, call Wendy at (307) 899-2799 – we’ll be here Monday through Saturday through the end of September!