"Maybe I'll Fly" is the debut album from Dan Beahm and The Invisible Three. The EP was released June 1, 2003 to critical acclaim and a packed Barrister Hall in Columbus, OH.
Most people were expecting the folk-driven acoustic rock that they'd been hearing from Dan for the previous three years, but what they got was Dan's Guild acoustic plugged into a distortion pedal and backed by some serious musical catharsis. What began as a solo act consisting of only Dan Beahm and his imaginary friends had evolved into a hook and pop rock-and-roll machine.
Dan Beahm (vocals/guitar), Brian Jones (drums) and Jon Beard (bass, accordian) play energetic, American rock and roll with a garage band flair.
Songs like "I'm Alive" and "Addiction," pack a raw, positive energy-punch that will have you singing along (and humming later --they'll stick in your head like musical gum).