Dan Bush Obituary, Death Cause – On August 27, 2021, at the age of 64, Daniel Lewis Bush unexpectedly passed away at his residence in the Oshkosh area. On April 24, 1957, Dan Bush, the son of Walter and Henrietta “Honey” (Creapo) Bush, was born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Dan is their only child. Dan spent his childhood in the Nordheim neighborhood of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where he also received his formal education. During the summer months, he took his family with him as he worked in the amusement industry. When Dan was 9 years old, his parents gave him his first drum kit. This was the beginning of a love of music that would last a lifetime.
In addition to that, he worked at Casablanca Records in Oakland, California as a studio musician. After moving back to Wisconsin, Dan settled in Madison for a while before moving back to his hometown of Oshkosh. There, he would end up meeting the woman who would become his wife, Cheryl. On March 18, 1989, Dan wed Cheryl A. Moore in a ceremony that took place at the First United Methodist Church in Oshkosh. Drew and Dylan brought so much joy to Dan and Cheryl’s lives as new parents, and they made the two proud. Dan worked at Barney’s in Oshkosh for a number of years as the house sound engineer, where he was responsible for running sound for both local and national artists. Additionally, he was the owner of D.B. Sound Studio, where he recorded and engineered sound for a variety of local bands.
When Dan was a teenager, he loaded up all of his drum equipment into a van and drove all the way to Florida. He started out as the youngest big band drummer in the country with the Dick Peterson Orchestra, where he began his professional career. After that, he went around the United States playing music with different bands in different cities. Both San Francisco and Los Angeles were home to Dan while he was active in the music scene there.