Click here to read an article about Maroon's upcoming album in American Way magazine:
All style and no substance? Hardly. Los Angeles pop-rockers Maroon 5 set the record straight with their impressive upcoming new album.
Adam Levine has felt better.
It’s a typically balmy afternoon in Los Angeles, and Levine, front man of the multiplatinum-selling rock band Maroon 5, is hanging out in the kitchen of his funky Spanish-style home, nibbling on takeout sushi and recovering from a rowdy Thursday night that culminated in his belting out Guns N’ Roses’ “Paradise City” at a 40th-birthday bash for Hollywood party maven Brent Bolthouse. Jesse Carmichael, Maroon 5’s keyboardist, is here, too, as is Levine’s chummy personal assistant. As the three men chew over the merits of a handful of hangover remedies, Levine, 31, offers up an interesting medical idiosyncrasy — namely, that he hasn’t tossed his cookies since he was 9 years old, when he got sick after a screening of The Wizard of Oz at LA’s Cinerama Dome.
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Take a look at the picture below from a recent article in Rolling Stone Magazine about Adam and Jesse's performance with The Hollies at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Also, Jesse posted some pictures from the band's time recording the new album in Switzerland, click here to check them out