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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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  • REVIEW: For Straight No Chaser, a homecoming, a goodbye, and a great show

     
    If it had been simply any Straight No Chaser show, Sunday’s concert at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown by the hit a cappella group still would have been a great performance: an hour and 40 minutes of voice and harmony......
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week

     
    Top 5 concerts of the Coming Week: 1. JUSTIN BIEBER From the start, Justin Bieber showed signs he was more than a teen idol – though he certainly was that. He had an element of R&B to his radio pop......
  • Singer Tony Lucca uses third-place finish on 'The Voice' to pump up career

     
    By the time singer-songwriter Tony Lucca auditioned for NBC-TV’s singing competition “The Voice,” he already had been a standout on “The New Mickey Mouse Club,” released eight well-received independent albums and toured...
  • Maroon 5 on ‘The Voice’; One Direction on ‘The X Factor’

     
    Those singing contests are turning up the competition. Between themselves. Just look at what's happening Thursday, when NBC's “The Voice” goes against Fox's “The X Factor” at 8. On “The Voice,” mentor Adam Levine and...
  • ‘Saturday Night Live’ targets Ellen DeGeneres, Mitt Romney

     
    “Saturday Night Live” had more success spoofing television than politics this weekend. The most memorable sketches satirized Ellen DeGeneres' daytime show and the Emmy-winning “Homeland.” DeGeneres (Kate McKinnon) couldn't sit...
  • Want to see a lot of concerts by the biggest names in 2013? Free?

     
    Want to see a lot of concerts, by the biggest names in music, in 2013? Free? Then we have a contest for you. Lady Gaga, just one of the top musical acts you could see free Comcast-Spectator, owner of the......
  • Tonight: One Direction vs. Maroon 5; Wil Wheaton vs. Amy on ‘The Big Bang Theory’

     
    The highlights in Thursday prime time and late night: 1. The singing contests hope to bolster their audiences with starry performances and contestant eliminations. On “The Voice,” at 8 on NBC, mentor Adam Levine and Maroon 5 debut their single...
  • ‘Saturday Night Live’: Adam Levine hosts

     
    I have great hopes for “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. Adam Levine hosts, and he's a charmer, as fans of “The Voice” know. A “Voice” send-up seems highly likely. The writers can spoof Barack Obama's inauguration,...
  • This weekend: ‘The Walking Dead’; ‘Saturday Night Live’; Whitney Houston

     
    Drama and music fill a jampacked weekend schedule. The highlights: 1. “The Walking Dead,” at 9 p.m. Sunday on AMC, becomes an acting showcase for Andrew Lincoln, who excels as the mourning Rick Grimes. Fans learn more about the fighting...
  • P!nk, Taylor Swift are best, worst of area connections to American Music Awards

     
    Justin Bieber won Entertainer of the Year at the 40th American Music Awards on Sunday, but it was Bucks County native P!ink who had the night’s best performance. P!ink, in file photo P!nk, who grew up as Alicia Moore in......
  • ‘Saturday Night Live’ ridicules Florida in Petraeus scandal

     
    NBC's “Saturday Night Live” this weekend repeatedly lampooned the David Petraeus scandal. Paula Broadwell (Cecily Strong) read racy reminiscences about her Petraeus affair in a C-SPAN sketch, causing listeners to flee the room and the cable...