Dan Reynolds has accomplished so much with Imagine Dragons. The band has topped the charts, sold out stadiums all over the world, and even won a GRAMMY in 2014, but if you ask the frontman about career-defining moments, there's one that sticks out most in his mind. And it happened just a few months ago.
During a recent interview with Digital Journal, the singer divulged that playing Madison Square Garden in June was one of his proudest moments.
"Madison Square Garden was definitely a moment for us as a band. My parents flew out for it, and my mother could not believe that I was playing there. It was a celebration, where we were all able to sit backstage and say 'wow, we are playing Madison Square Garden. We've really made it. This is incredible.' It was one of my favorite shows," Reynolds said.
"The energy in the room was just magical since so many legends have graced that Madison Square Garden stage, so you feel the presence of so much art, emotion, and passion," he added about the experience.
With Imagine Dragons releasing their fourth album, Origins, last month, the band is climbing even higher into the alt-rock stratosphere. We can't wait to see where they go next.
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