The Las Vegas rockers offer up a potential song to a star NBA player and discuss how they narrowly averted disaster at Chicago’s Wrigley Field.
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.
If the comical, puppet-laden music video for Imagine Dragons breakout hit “Radioactive” featuring actor Lou Diamond Phillips came as something of a surprise for the intense tune, that reaction was exactly the band’s intention.
Since exploding onto the music scene with hit songs “Radioactive” and the recently platinum-certified “It’s Time,” breakout Las Vegas band Imagine Dragons have quickly become one of rock’s brightest new lights.
After seeing Imagine Dragons in concert at this year’s awesome KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas show, fans came away asking the same question: what’s up with that big-ass drum onstage? The band’s singer Dan Reynolds tells us exactly what’s up with it during this exclusive interview.
With the help of a young woman and her little pink bear, the boys in Imagine Dragons are freed from captivity as they await to be ripped apart by an evil purple stuffed animal.