DB3 is Daniel Beahm (guitar/vox/keyboards), Tino Benedetti (bass) and Mike Russell (drum kit). In June of 2004, Dan Beahm independently produced and marketed DB3's debut album, "...Straight On Till Morning." In the first five months, the album sold over 500 copies. The previous year, Dan put out a solo album called "Maybe I'll Fly," also independently produced and marketed, that sold over 500 copies in its first six months.
Thoughtful, indie-pop with roots in Beahm's solo acoustic career move "...Straight On Till Morning" through a plethora of styles and genres.
Energy levels and "the sound" have garnered the band comparisons to Foo Fighters, Jimmy Eat World, The Smoking Popes, and even Led Zepplin. Beyond the pure energy, DB3 steps it up a notch by adding a charming intellect, wearing their hearts on their sleeves and telling stories that lay it all on the line for each hungry listener to consume.
Fan favorites like "The Chair Song" and "Last Call" prove DB3's radio-readiness and Beahm's ability to pen a catchy hook, but it's anthems like the life-affirming, joyous "I'm Alive" that show why DB3 has captured the hearts and souls of so many.