Imagine Dragons’ Wayne Sermon on how his time playing jazz at Berklee formed the foundation of his pop rock approach

by GuitarDomain

Boasting monthly listening figures of more than 53 million on Spotify alone, Imagine Dragons’ unique pop/rock blend has helped turn them into a global phenomenon. When they released Mercury – Act 1 in 2021, it had been their first album in three years, following up 2018’s Origins

Mercury – Act 2, the second part of the project, came out last summer. The band’s extended absence didn’t seem to have impacted their success, although, according to guitarist Wayne Sermon, they never planned to be away for so long.

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