Head over to the video section of Maroon5.com or watch the video below for another sneak peak into the recording process for Maroon 5's new album
Watch Adam Levine, along with a myriad of other artists, perform the 25th anniversary version of "We Are the World" to benefit the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. The special broadcast will take place tonight at 7:30 PM ET/6:30 CT during NBC's coverage of the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games in Vancouver.
Following the premiere, fans will immediately be able to download the song and view exclusive footage from the recording session on the official website: WORLD25.org . Downloads will also be available on iTunes and through a partnership with YouTube, the video will be viewable on the "We are the World 25" YouTube Channel at youtube.com/wearetheworld . Immediate donations will be made possible by clicking on the "Donate Now" button on YouTube or by downloading the song on iTunes.
Maroon 5's creative take on Frank Sinatra's "The Way You Look Tonight" is featured on the soundtrack for New Line Cinemas' upcoming movie "Valentine's Day." Click here to watch the trailer for "Valentine's Day" and click here to check out the album on iTunes.
Keep an eye on Maroon's twitter account- they'll be giving away some signed copies of the soundtrack. Follow them at twitter.com/maroon5 to find out how to win
Maroon 5 wants all of you to help the victims of the recent earthquake in Haiti. The easiest way through the Red Cross is to text "HAITI" (without the quotes) to 90999. That will donate $10 to their relief efforts and will be added on to your cell phone bill.
For more information, visit www.redcross.org