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Maroon 5 (music group)

Maroon 5 (music group)
Maroon 5 formed by vocalist and rhythm guitarist Adam Levine, keyboardist Jesse Carmichael, base guitarist Mickey Madden, and drummer Ryan Dusick in 2002. The group's break through hits included "She Will Be Loved" and "Sunday Morning."
Maroon 5 formed by vocalist and rhythm guitarist Adam Levine, keyboardist Jesse Carmichael, base guitarist Mickey Madden, and drummer Ryan Dusick in 2002. The group's break through hits included "She Will Be Loved" and "Sunday Morning." « Show less

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  • Grammys 2012: Adele is affirmed, Whitney Houston is grieved

    Grammys 2012: Adele is affirmed, Whitney Houston is grieved
    The 54th Grammy Awards will be remembered as a story of two women with towering, timeless voices — Adele and Whitney Houston — one representing youthful triumph and boundless possibility, the other a reminder of fresh tragedy and a life...
  • How Maroon 5 found the courage to let its heart show

    How Maroon 5 found the courage to let its heart show
    For the future members of Maroon 5, a moment of clarity came unexpectedly in 1998 in the form of a funky, sultry pop tune on the radio: "Are You That Somebody?" by Aaliyah and Timbaland. It was a revelation for singer-guitarist Adam Levine, who was...
  • Musikfest 2012: Beat grows louder at SteelStacks; Downtown Bethlehem keeps its rhythm

     
    After 27 years amid the brick buildings of historic downtown Bethlehem, Musikfest last year expanded to ArtsQuest's gleaming new SteelStacks arts campus on former Bethlehem Steel property in south Bethlehem. And good thing it did. Rain hit Musikfest six...
  • Musikfest main stage attendance: Crowds reject new music, keep classic rock tops

     
    In 2011, the first year Musikfest set up its main Steel Stage venue at the South Bethlehem SteelStacks campus, it drew 52,000 concert-goers – setting a record for a main stage at the 29-year-old festival. This year, anything short of......
  • 'American Idol' on MySpace: Blake Lewis reacts to the news of video tryouts

     
    In honor of “American Idol’s” 10th anniversary, the show’s producers are bringing the competition closer to home. From now through Oct. 6, aspiring Kelly Clarksons and couch potatoes alike can submit their own video auditions via MySpace,...
  • What will Joaquin Phoenix say to David Letterman next week?

     
    Joaquin Phoenix's last appearance on “Late Show With David Letterman” was all a charade, Casey Affleck has admitted. So what will Phoenix say when he visits Letterman on Wednesday? Will he come clean? Explain what he has been up to? That could...
  • Album review: Maroon 5's 'Hands All Over'

     
    It says something serious about Maroon 5’s commitment to professional polish that this popular L.A. outfit — already one of rock’s slickest — opted to make its third studio disc with Robert “Mutt” Lange. He’s the reclusive production whiz...
  • Friday's TV Talk Shows

     
    The Early Show Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg and Bridget Moynahan; Tom Jones performs. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Jerry Seinfeld; Seth Meyers. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC KTLA Morning News Sheryl Lee Ralph. (N) 7 a.m. KTLA Good Morning America Aaron......
  • Tuesday's Talk Shows

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 26 – Oct. 2nd in PDF format This week's TV Movies Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here The Early Show Julianna Margulies. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today......
  • On the charts: Zac Brown gallops to the top, but eyes look ahead to Lil Wayne

     
    Country good ol' boys Zac Brown Band and slick pop band Maroon 5 battled for the top spot on this week's pop chart, a bout between two former best new artist Grammy winners. The trophy, in this case, signifies each......
  • 2AM Club not afraid to make 'dumb pop music'

     
    The boys of 2AM Club can’t help but feel nostalgic. As the six-piece band prepped for a gig at West Hollywood’s House of Blues on the day their debut album, “What Did You Think Was Going to Happen?” hit stores,......
  • Tokyo Police Club at the Glass House

     
    Formed in 2005 in an Ontario (Canada) basement, this post-punk/garage rock quartet played the festival circuit (including Coachella, Lollapalooza and Glastonbury before settling down to record a full-length album. This summer's "Champ" marks another...