You’ve been hearing Imagine Dragon’s song “Radioactive” on your local radio station all summer long, now catch them live on their 21-date arena tour before they hole up in the studio.
The tracklist for ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ soundtrack has been revealed and it features a few well-known artists alongside some familiar up-and-comers.
Featuring A-level musical acts, chefs and artists, the new two-day show will plant itself in Las Vegas’ soon-to-be-revitalized Downtown District.
The song is taken from Avicii’s highly anticipated debut artist album, ‘True,’ which is set for release on Sept. 17.
Beyonce got sexy & grown with her Mrs. Carter World Tour show and banging on the drums was extremely popular.
During the first-ever daytime vampire picnic, Jessica and her new vampire lover, James, took on Jason Stackhouse and his vampire keeper, Violet, in volleyball while the Breeders’ “Cannonball” played in the background.
One thing is certain, the band’s breakout single “Radioactive” helped LeBron James get in the mood to win.
The Imagine Dragons’ latest video for ‘Demons’ honors Tyler Robinson, a young fan who shared a special moment with the band during a show before succumbing to illness.
A key part of being in a rock band is going on the long tour — we’re talking one to two years long — in support of your albums. The guys in Imagine Dragons are no strangers to the road, having been back and forth across the world a few times over now, starting way before they released 2012’s Night Visions.
All the best rock bands have legends and myths swirling around them: the Led Zeppelin shark story, the Rolling Stones drug bust/Mars bar incident, any number of (untrue, one hopes) lurid things you may have heard about Rod Stewart. But by and large, today’s rock bands don’t have that same one-two bad boy punch. Rock, as a whole, faces the problem of being a bit faceless. Unlike their pop and hip-hop compatriots, it’s harder to develop a cult of personality around a group of people.