With their distinctive vocals and expertly crafted hooks, Maroon 5 are the perfect pop package, so it’s no wonder that the American ensemble has succeeded in propelling themselves to global superstardom. The LA outfit, fronted by the charismatic, tattooed guitarist and singer Adam Levine, started out in the late ‘90s as a grunge band called Kara’s Flowers. After releasing one album, they split up. However, luckily for us, the musical outfit reunited in 2001 under their current name and with a more R&B, pop-inspired sound.
By 2002, they were ready to release their debut LP ‘Songs About Jane’, complete with the singles ‘Harder to Breathe’, ‘She Will Be Loved’ and ‘Sunday Morning’. Although a slow-burner initially, the record grew in popularity, boosting their fan base and causing demand for Maroon 5 tickets to rocket. In 2005, the group’s global reputation was cemented with a Grammy Award for Best New Artist.
They have since completed the albums ‘It Won’t Be Soon Before Long’ (2007) and ‘Hands All Over’ (2010), which was re-released in 2011 complete with the irresistibly catchy single ‘Moves Like Jagger’. Featuring Christina Aguilera, the track reached number one on the Hot 100 chart and it has sold more than 14 million copies around the globe.
In 2012, Maroon 5 released their fourth studio LP, ‘Overexposed’, which boasts the hit tracks ‘Payphone’ and ‘One More Night’. There followed a Maroon 5 tour that grossed a staggering $50 million (£30.6 million) in ticket sales.
Their latest album, simply entitled ‘V’, has received a similarly rapturous response. Reaching number one in the US Billboard 200 chart, the record’s 11 songs have been described by Rolling Stone as “precision-tuned and lustrously polished, jammed with hooks and choruses”.
Over the years, the ensemble has played to sell-out venues across the globe and, if you’re lucky enough to catch Maroon 5 live, you’ll understand exactly why. Their polished, high-energy shows are guaranteed crowd pleasers. Earlier this year, the band were showered with praise after playing two dates at the O2 Arena in London. The Star described the gig as a “masterclass of showmanship’, while the Telegraph suggested their set had offered “moments of pop perfection”.
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