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Imagine Dragons Reflect On Busy Year
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 Sunday, February 23, 2014

The members of Imagine Dragons have opened up about their very busy start to 2014. The band has already performed at the Grammys, on SNL and at the recent Beatles tribute show. They say each performance has been a thrill.

"It's crazy that the three most high-pressure gigs of our career all occurred in one week," said group member Ben McKee to MTV.

Drummer Dan Platzman added that they weren't especially nervous before the gigs: "Whatever gland in the human body that produces the chemical that makes you feel nervous, that gland has died in all of us."

Vocalist Dan Reynolds had other feelings about the Beatles tribute show: "That was the most nervous any of us have ever been, because you're performing a Beatles song in front of Paul [McCartney] and Ringo [Starr] and that's just so intimidating."

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