Premiere of “This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like A Motherf—er”
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Maroon 5 has a new summer anthem for you! The band just wrapped their North American tour, but just because they’ve been busy on the road, doesn’t mean they haven’t been in the studio. The guys are premiering their latest single “This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like A Motherf—er” just in time for the sunshine.

Maroon 5 will perform their new song on “The Voice” on Tuesday, May 19th. “This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like A Motherf—er” will also be stripped onto the band’s latest album release, V, so fans can download the new tune immediately!


Adam and Audrey Morrissey to produce songwriting competition show for NBC
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The Voice’s Adam Levine is bringing his music expertise to yet another TV show.

The Maroon 5 frontman and The Voice executive producer Audrey Morrisey are joining songwriter Dave Stewart for an NBC pilot called Songland, EW has confirmed.

The show will focus on the concept of songwriters as the real kings of the music industry, giving the average American the chance to pitch their compositions to the music industry’s top artists and producers in hopes of producing the next worldwide hit.

While artists only make money on the songs they record, songwriters can generate millions over the course of a lifetime—and Songland will give aspiring composers that opportunity.

Songland is produced by Live Animals with Dave Stewart Entertainment and 222 Productions. Levine, Morrissey, Stewart, Ivan Dudynsky and Jordan Feldstein serve as executive producers on the project.

The show does not have a release date at this time.

Source: ew.com


Adam helps young fan’s dreams come true
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Maroon 5’s lead singer Adam Levine helped a 10-year-old boy’s dream come true earlier this week.

Christopher Warner, who has Down syndrome, absolutely loves Maroon 5.

He hardly ever stops talking about the band’s music, Warner’s teacher told Today.com.

“He has just been fascinated with Maroon 5 and especially Adam Levine,” said Avery Stanert, a special education teacher. “He loves to listen to their music during work breaks. He draws pictures of them. He just absolutely loves them.”

After seeing how much Christopher loved Maroon 5, Stanert created a video of the 10-year-old talking about Levine and singing the band’s songs.

The video went viral and a radio station, Hot 99.5’s The Kane Show, arranged for the boy to meet his favorite celebrity.

“They arranged for backstage passes and tickets,” Stanert said. “They immediately called the record label and worked it all out.”

After getting the VIP treatment at the Maroon 5 concert, the boy and his mother went backstage to meet Levine.

When Christopher finally came face-to-face with the singer, he panicked and crouched down onto the floor, according to Today.com.

But Levine knew exactly what to do.

He followed Christopher’s lead and lied down on the floor right beside him.

“We’ve been really happy to see how Down syndrome has gotten a lot of attention for this,” Stanert shared about the experience. “Kids with Down syndrome are just like their peers.”

Source: kfor.com


Adam in “blind audition” for “The Voice 8″
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Adam Levine ditched the judge’s chair for this performance by temporarily becoming a contestant himself on The Voice 8, in this awesome blind audition video posted on Monday, March 2.

“I’m so terrified,” he joked, as the lights went dark. He then performed Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer,” and waited for fellow judges Christina Aguilera, Pharrell Williams, and Blake Shelton to turn their chairs.

In a post-episode interview, while Blake said that Adam’s performance was the only lousy performance out of the set, he did turn his chair, saying:

“Of all the performances we saw today, they were all great, except for one. Some guy named Adam Levine felt the need to try to audition. And I did hit my button, but it’s just ‘cause I wanted to see what the freak looked like.”

Source: rappler.com


Ellie Goulding Joins The Voice as Adam’s Adviser
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This season on The Voice, Adam Levine‘s team is getting some help from across the pond.

British singer Ellie Goulding will be appearing as a musical adviser for the “Sugar” singer’s team, NBC confirms exclusively to PEOPLE.

“Ellie was so great,” says Levine, 35. “She’s so human and easy to talk to. You could tell she had a profound impact on my team, which is awesome.”

This won’t be the first Voice appearance for the “Lights” singer, 28. In season 5, she teamed up with contestants James Wolper, Matthew Schuler and Will Champlin to sing her hit song “Burn.”

Other advisers this season include Lionel Richie for Team Pharrell, Nick Jonas for Team Christina and Meghan Trainor for Team Blake.

The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays (8 p.m. ET) on NBC.

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On the set of The Voice 8

Source: time.com


Collider Interview
POSTED BY admin ON 26.02.2015 » ADD COMMENT (0)

In a world full of reality show competitions, The Voice, entering its eighth season, has risen above the rest, due in large part to the appeal of the music superstars that are in the judges’ chairs, every season. Granted, the artists vying for spots on the show are incredibly talented, but their coaches are undeniably at the top of their game and can provide a wealth of advice and support until it’s up to America to pick the ultimate winner.

This season, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams and Christina Aguilera will be battling it out amongst each other to put together teams of the strongest vocalists from across the country. During a recent conference to promote the new season, the foursome talked about what it takes to find a winning contestant, learning from each season, whether it’s significant that the show hasn’t had a real break-out artist, making sure your singing sounds as good as possible, rebuilding confidence in such a tough business, and why this show is enjoying continued success when their competitors have struggled.

Christina and Pharrell, what are you guys going to do this year to beat Adam and Blake?

CHRISTINA AGUILERA: With different coaches, you get different flavors and different styles and different talent that come on the show. I’m always like, “Okay, maybe this time.” I know these guys have been on for eight seasons. And then, I wasn’t on the season that Usher actually won. Honestly, I just want to have a good time, listen to great singers and great music, and just use my instincts, as usual. Everything happens for a reason. I’m sure that my time will come. But, it’s not just about us. It’s great that you can share and feel proud of somebody that you’ve supported through this journey, which is crazy and it’s a lot of work for them, and you get to see what they go through. It’s a competitive format, which I love and hate. I don’t like music to be so competitive. But it’s exciting and it’s a great training ground to prep them for what comes in the future, once they are not on the show. It’s an amazing training camp, in general.

PHARRELL WILLIAMS: We’ll continue to fight. You’ve got to fight.

AGUILERA: Somebody’s going to take it.

WILLIAMS: Adam is so swift. And Blake is so convincing. Aside from their experience, they’re just really talented people who have done really well, in their own careers. Artists are going to listen to them, so we just have to continue to fight. I haven’t won, but I have enjoyed it so much. You see these kids light up when they see something different in themselves. Not that you brought out, but you may have just pointed at it, and they see it and are able to retrieve it and take it to another level. That, in itself, is a win for me, but it doesn’t win the show. I remain content with that, but I also remain winless.



Nissan, NBC & Adam Levine Launch “Red Thumb Day” to Urge Drivers to Stop Texting and Driving
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U.S. Department of Transportation statistics show cell phones are involved in 1.6 million auto crashes each year. These crashes cause a half-million injuries and take 6,000 lives annually. To help raise the visibility of this critical issue, Nissan has partnered with NBC Universal and Adam Levine to promote “Red Thumb Day” – inspired by “Red Thumb Reminder,” a program created by Steve Babcock of EVB advertising. Marking your thumb serves as an important reminder to not text and drive.

Levine, Maroon 5 front man and coach on NBC’s Emmy Award®-winning singing competition, “The Voice,” has also joined in to help raise awareness for the issue. On Dec. 15, during “The Voice” broadcast, Levine will declare the following 24 hours “Red Thumb Day,” urging drivers to put their phones down when behind the wheel, not just on that day, but every day.

“The statistics are alarming. According to the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, a quarter of teens respond to a text message once or more every time they drive. Twenty percent of teens and 10 percent of parents admit that they have extended, multi-message text conversations while driving,” said Jeremy Tucker, vice president, Marketing, Nissan North America, Inc. “Together with Adam Levine, Nissan encourages drivers to put the phone down and get where they are going safely. A ‘Red Thumb Reminder’ may seem insignificant. However, every time you see it, it reminds you to not text and drive.”

Nissan is encouraging drivers to join the Red Thumb movement by sharing photos tagged #RedThumb via their favorite social media channels. #RedThumb posts will be featured on a microsite, along with a special message from Levine supporting the cause.

Red Thumb Reminder bands will be available at local Nissan dealerships, and distributed to the in-studio audience at “The Voice” taping on Dec. 16.

For more information on Red Thumb and to find out where to pick up a Red Thumb Band, visit www.redthumb.org.

Source: finance.yahoo.com


Adam Levine Is Threatening to Bring Trucker Hats Back Via HIs Kmart Collection
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When rocker Adam Levine launched his Kmart womenswear line this spring, he said that he was able to “create pieces I would like to see a woman wear” (um, makes sense to us!). Now that he’s adding outerwear and shoes for men and intimate apparel and more accessories for women, he’s changed his tune just a tad.

“Basically, the person who sets the trend is the one who wears what no one would be caught dead wearing,”

Levine tells WWD. He goes as far as to say that trendsetters are “the girl or guy who is wearing the thing that people think is really ugly that is what people will be wearing a year from now.” But even though his looks are forward-thinking (and maybe ugly to some?), he explains that he thinks what’s cool tends to have been cool in the past. “Usually, it’s something that was popular 10 or 20 years ago,” he says. “The cultural feedback loop is constantly bringing things back. It really has to do with who is the least afraid to bring it there.”

The singer truly seems prepared to revive some questionable (albeit memorable) moments from way back when.

“There was a time when it was [practically] illegal to wear trucker hats. Now for some reason, I feel that the ban has been lifted,”

he says. “There are things from the ’90s that are starting to become popular again, like oversize T-shirts. It just happens. Hawaiian shirts used to be [like] ‘Oh, my uncle wears Tommy Bahama and now they fit well, they’re pretty cool’ and you’ve got guys like Marc Jacobs making them.”

Whether or not you’re on board with Hawaiian shirts or trucker hats, we’re pretty sure Levine’s Victoria’s Secret model wife Behati Prinsloo would look fabulous in either one, should Levine choose to take the plunge in his new line. In fact, she wore one of the offending caps with Levine back in 2012, so she’s ahead of the curve!

Source: stylenews.peoplestylewatch.com


Adam Levine’s Kmart line inspired by Behati Prinsloo
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Adam Levine revealed his women’s range for Kmart was inspired by his model wife Behati Prinsloo’s ”effortless and unique” style.

The Maroon 5 frontman – who is married to Victoria’s Secret model Behati Prinsloo – released his fashion collection for US supermarket Kmart earlier this year and admitted his stunning wife’s style had quite on impact on his women’s range.

He told WWD:

”[She’s] doing an amazing job putting her taste [into the women’s line] which I love. She has an incredibly unique style. She’s effortless, never too much of anything, but basic, elegant, sophisticated and classic, but you never get the feeling that she took too much time trying to figure out what she wanted to put on.
”That’s always my favourite style – period. Anyone who looks great in what they’re wearing usually has to do with the casual nature with which they chose their outfit.”

The collection retails from $6.99-$29.99 for accessories and from $12.99-$29.99 for apparel, with the men’s range channelling Adam’s personal style – featuring simple T-shirts and checked shirts.
The 35-year-old singer also insisted he doesn’t buy into labels and is as comfortable shopping on the high street as at designer boutiques.

He explained:

”Brand names don’t matter to me. I’m not a label w***e. This isn’t about that. I love certain things that Balenciaga makes and I love certain things that Dickies makes. It’s a case-by-case thing. I can go to an Army Navy store and find something I love and I can also go to Balenciaga and find something that I love.’

Source: contactmusic.com

New Photos From The Set Of The Voice Season 7
POSTED BY admin ON 11.09.2014 » ADD COMMENT (0)

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On the set of The Voice 7

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