Who Is The Lead Singer Of Imagine Dragons?

Imagine Dragons in the White House. Dan Reynolds is the second from the right.
Imagine Dragons in the White House. Dan Reynolds is the second from the right.( Source : instagram )

Who Is The Lead Singer Of Imagine Dragons? Dan Reynolds is the lead singer of the popular Rock band Imagine Dragon.

The music group is known for mixing a variety of musical styles but has been focused mainly on pop rock, indie pop, indie rock, electropop, arena rock, and alternative rock.

The band received their success after the release of their singles "Its Time" and their debut award-winning album "Night Visions (2012)" in which "Radioactive" and "Demons" resulted in chart-topping songs.

The band is a Grammy award-winning alternative rock band that won the Grammy Award 2014 for the song "Radioactive" from their debut album "Night Vision".


Imagine Dragons Band Members Lead Singer

Dan Reynolds performing in a concert.
Dan Reynolds performing in a concert.( Source : instagram )

The Imagine Dragons band member who is the lead singer is Daniel Coulter Reynolds. He is popularly known as Dan Reynolds.

He is also popularly known as the frontman of the award-winning band. Dan is 35 years old singer born on July 14, 1987, in Las Vegas.

The singer formed the group with his bandmate Wayne Sermon, who once said, "Don't do music because you want to do music, do music if you have to do music."

After he started going to Brigham Young University, he realized that he couldn't do anything else and devoted his time fully to his music career.

Imagine Dragons even won the "Battle of the Bands" of BYU and other competitions simultaneously. He then got huge success after the release of their first debut studio album.

They are regarded as the best-selling band in history after winning Grammy Awards and other various accolades.

Imagine Dragons Band Members

Imagine Dragon band members consists of Dan Reynolds, Wayne Sermon, Ben McKee, and Daniel Platzman.

The four group band members are listed here:

  • Dan Reynolds - lead singer
  • Wayne Sermon - guitarist
  • Ben Mckee - bassist
  • Daniel Platzman - drummer

1. Wayne Sermon

Guitarist Wayne Sermon of Imagine Dragons in pink t-shirt ready to play guitar.
Guitarist Wayne Sermon of Imagine Dragons in pink t-shirt ready to play guitar.( Source : twitter )

Wayne Sermon is known as the lead guitarist of the band. He was born on June 15, 1984.

Sermon and Reynolds both joined together and formed a band. He then invited a college mate Daniel Platzman and then Ben McKee to join the group.

Sermon graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2008 where he was a part of The Eclectic Electrics.

2. Ben Mckee

Ben Mckee, bassist of Imagine Dragon posing with holding a bass.
Ben Mckee, bassist of Imagine Dragon posing with holding a bass.( Source : instagram )

Ben McKee is recognized as the bassist of Imagine Dragons. He is 38 years old and was born on April 7, 1985.

He dropped his final semester at Berklee College of Music to join the band. He is also known as Soft Hands McKee.

Mckee has also performed with his bandmates, Wayne Sermon and Daniel Platzman at the time of college.

3. Daniel Platzman

Imagine Dragon member, Daniel Platzman posing in a traditional outfit.
Imagine Dragon member, Daniel Platzman posing in a traditional outfit.( Source : instagram )

Daniel Platzman is known as the drummer of the popular band. He was born on September 28, 1986.

He has achieved a degree in film scoring from Berklee College of Music. In college, he has earned Michael Rendish Award in Flim Scoring and Vic Firth Award for Outstanding Musicianship.

Where is Imagine Dragons From?

Picture of Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.
Picture of Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.( Source : facebook )

The Grammy award-winning band Imagine Dragons is from Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

In the late 2000s the rock band, Imagine Dragon was formed and became a successful American band in the 2010s.

The band is the Grammy Award receiver following ten Billboard Music Awards, three American Music Awards, eight BMI Pop Music Awards, Echo Awards, five Teen Choice Awards, an MTV Video Music Award, and a World Music Award.

Imagine Dragons debut album "Night Vision" was a great success, after that their third album "Evolve (2017)" was listed in the top three on Billboard 200 and was also the nomination of Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album.

"Believer" and "Thunder" were the two singles from their third album that were number four on Billboard.

In total, the band has received 52 awards and 157 nominations.

When Did Imagine Dragons Start?

All the members of Imagine Dragons in the Grammy Award.
All the members of Imagine Dragons in the Grammy Award.( Source : instagram )

Imagine Dragons Started in 2008 with the members, Dan, Wayne, Ben, and Daniel.

At Brigham Young University Reynolds met Andrew Tolman, who was a drummer, when they were both students. They both invited other members to play guitar, piano, and bass for their band.

Then the five members formed a group and start recording and uploading their demos to MySpace during that time, but the two members left the band in the same year.

Tolman invited Wayne Sermon as a guitarist and they start to perform together. After that one member left the group letting Ben Mckee join as a bassist for the band.

The Group together released Imagine Dragon EP on September 1, 2009. They also have received some local accolades such as "Best CD of 2011", "Best Local Indie Band 2010", and many more.

McKee invited Daniel Platzman in November 2011. Shortly after the band released their single "Its Me" which was listed at number 15 on Billboard Hot 100.

They gained popularity after receiving Grammy Award For Best Rock Performance for the song "Radioactive".

Imagine Dragons All Albums in Order

Imagine Dragons All Albums in Order are 1. Night Vision 2. Smoke + Mirrors 3. Evolve and more. Here are all the studio albums of Imagine Dragon in order:

AlbumsReleased Dates
Night VisionSeptember 4, 2012
Smoke + MirrorsFebruary 17, 2015
EvolveJune 23, 2017
OriginsNovember 9, 2018
Mercury-Act 1September 3, 2021

The best-selling rock band has sold 46 million albums and 55 million singles all over the world. They are the 29th Greatest Auldt Alternative artist of all time and the 13th Top Artist of 2010s in the US according to Billboard.

In total, the band has launched six studio albums, four live albums, ten EPs, and one compilation album.

Best Songs of Imagine Dragons

Best Songs of Imagine Dragons are 1. Thunder 2. Radioactive 3. Whatever It Takes. Their top ten streamed songs are listed below:

  1. Thunder - 2,032,350,954
  2. Radioactive - 1,568,566,464
  3. Whatever It Takes - 1,041,983,940
  4. Natural - 1,042,547,396
  5. Enemy (with JID) - 1,200,527,902
  6. Believer - 2,565,143,811
  7. Demons - 1,811,476,494
  8. Bones - 803,251,173
  9. On Top of The World - 791,341,239
  10. Bad Liar - 892,530,085

When is Imagine Dragon Next Tour?

The next tour of Imagine Dragon is from July 7 to September 10, 2023, at Henry Maier Festival Park in Milwaukee.

They will be in American Family Insurance Amphitheater in Milwaukee after that. The band is now touring over eleven countries and has seventeen impending concerts.

Imagine Dragons Tour Dates 2023

Imagine Dragons Tour 2023 in July 8, Milwaukee, WI
Imagine Dragons Tour 2023 in July 8, Milwaukee, WI( Source : instagram )

The Imagine Dragons tour dates in 2023 are listed below:

  • July 7, 2023, Quebec, Canada
  • July 8, 2023, Milwaukee, WI
  • July 15, 2023, Minneapolis, MN
  • July 30, 2023, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • August 4, 2023, Cluj-Napoca, Romania  
  • August 5, 2023, Rome, Italy
  • August 8, 2023, Pula, Croatia
  • August 9, 2023, Pula, Croatia
  • August 11, 2023, Budapest, Hungary
  • August 14, 2023, Warsaw, Poland
  • August 16, 2023, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • August 18, 2023, St. Poelten, Austria
  • august 20, 2023, Bratislava. Slovakia
  • August 22, 2023, Paris, France
  • August 23, 2023, Paris, France
  • August 25, 2023, Leeds, UK
  • August 27, 2023, Reading, UK
  • August 29, 2023, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • August 31, 2023, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • September 2, 2023, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • September 3, 2023, Munich, Germany
  • September 6, 2023, Athens, Greece
  • September 8, Chambord, France
  • September 10, Berlin, Germany

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