We were on a group tour that was staying overnight in Cody and anticipating our arrival the following day in Yellowstone. We had been on the road all day and had already visited the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody before checking into our hotel, the historic Irma Hotel located downtown. We were looking forward to a good night’s rest but our program also included an optional evening musical presentation by the Dan Miller Cowboy Music Revue. Since the Revue was right across the street from our hotel in a historical theatre, the show, we were told, was relatively short (about an hour) and our tour guide told us she thought we would enjoy it, we decided to go. We were quite impressed by this four person revue that included Mr. Miller himself, who sang and played guitar, and three other talented musicians, one of whom was Mr. Miller’s talented 14 year old daughter who sang and played fiddle and mandolin. The music included different genres, among which country, folk, gospel, and of course Western. Mr. Miller accompanies his music with humor and background on some of the pieces. All in all it was good, modestly price (it was included in our package but I think the cost was about $15 per adult) family entertainment and definitely worth going to.