3/23/2017

Maroon 5 announce 3 new concerts

Maroon 5 performing in 2016. Photo from Live Nation.
Maroon 5 will tour to Punta Cana, Panama City, and Guatemala this September

Maroon 5 have revealed three brand new concerts that will take place this September, which were announced early Thursday evening (March 23).

The band will be performing at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Punta Cana on September 9th, at Estadio Nacional Rod Carew in Panama City, Panama on September 12th, and at Estadio Cementos Progresos in Guatemala City, Guatemala on September 21st.

Whether or not these are the first three of numerous other tour dates to be announced internationally is unknown. Support for the shows have been announced yet either. These shows will be the first three Maroon 5 concerts after the band just ended their two and half year long world tour in support of their album, V (2014).

Maroon 5 is also set to perform at Rock N Rio in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on September 16th. The music festival will also feature other monster appearances from musical acts such as Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, Guns N Roses, Aerosmith, among others.

Tickets for Punta Cana: http://ow.ly/EDuP30acVBD
Tickets for Panama City: http://ow.ly/KWxr30acVEk
Tickets for Rock N Rio: http://ow.ly/ivlF30acVH0
Tickets for Guatemala City: http://ow.ly/AUm330acVIz

For more ticket information and tour dates, visit www.maroon5.com/tour!

3/15/2017

Maroon 5 give electric performance of new single 'Cold' on 'Tonight Show'

Maroon 5 performing "Cold" on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Maroon 5 bring their new hit "Cold" to NBC's The Tonight Show

Multi-Grammy Award-winning band Maroon 5, according to Jimmy Fallon, brought their brand new single, "Cold", to the studio at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday evening (March 14), and it was electrifying.

Frontman Adam Levine also appeared on the show to sit down and talk with Jimmy Fallon about The Voice, his constant on-screen beef with fellow coach Blake Shelton, and gave some exciting news about Maroon 5's next record and touring schedule. "I've been on tour for my whole entire life", Levine jokes. Fallon then asks the singer if the new Maroon 5 record is "being mixed or mastered", and Levine responds: "I wish that was where we were. It's almost there. We're actually still recording, but we'll be done really soon and then a tour next year, mid-to-late next year. Next fall."



The highly anticipated sixth full-length LP from Maroon 5 sounds like it will be out either late this year, or in early 2018. The band's two recent radio singles, "Don't Wanna Know" and "Cold", are stand-alone singles and have not been confirmed to be on the next album. The album will follow-up Maroon 5's 2014 studio effort, V, which was reissued the following year with the support of their single "This Summer's Gonna Hurt". The L.A.-bred group just concluded their world tour last week in New York and will be playing multiple festivals this year including New Orleans Jazz Festival and BottleRock Napa Valley Music Fest. For more tour dates and festival tickets, click here.

Watch Maroon 5 perform "Cold" on The Tonight Show:

3/11/2017

PJ Morton announces new solo album, 'Gumbo'

Photo by Travis Schneider.
GUMBO will follow-up the Maroon 5 keyboardist's 2013 album New Orleans

Maroon 5 keyboardist, singer, songwriter, and Morton Recordings owner PJ Morton is finally releasing a new solo album this spring, titled GUMBO. The album is set to be released on April 21st, 2017 through his label.

In an interview with music, gossip, and culture website Saint Heron, Morton spoke about his new single, "Claustrophobic", and the details about his new record GUMBO. "Of course, it's a New Orleans reference. It’s something that represents the city," said Morton after being asked about the album's title. "Prior to this, all of my music has been about love and relationships. I LOVE love, but this time around I address the climate of the world right now. I discuss how divided America is, the racial tension, and then there is “Claustrophobic,” which touches on creative freedom. I also talk about my religion on the album. I thought it was a pot of gumbo because I was mixing a bunch of things together."

GUMBO is set to be released Friday, April 21st through Morton Recordings.

You can stream and listen to PJ Morton's new single "Claustrophobic", featuring Pell, now available on Apple Music!

Listen to it here:

3/08/2017

Maroon 5, Adam Levine confirmed to appear on 'The Tonight Show'

Photo by Andrew Lipovsky.
Levine and Maroon 5 will be making an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

It has been confirmed through the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) that pop rock band Maroon 5 will be performing and lead singer Adam Levine will be making an interview appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this month on Tuesday, March 14th.

The band will be performing their new single, "Cold" featuring rapper Future, which was released nearly a month ago to radio airplay and digital retailers. Lead singer and The Voice coach Adam Levine will also be talking with Jimmy Fallon in an interview segment speaking about his show, touring, and getting his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Levine may give us some insight on the new Maroon 5 album.

Maroon 5 will conclude their U.S. headlining tour tonight at the Key Center Arena in Buffalo, New York. The band embarked on a short string of arena shows early this year to make up for cancelled show from last year's world tour. Tinashe and R. City toured as support. They will be performing at a number of music festivals this year as well, including the New Orleans Jazz Festival in April, BottleRock Napa Valley Festival in May, and Pendleton Whiskey Music Festival in July.

To see the full list of tour dates and ticket information, visit www.maroon5.com/tour.

You can download and stream Maroon 5's new single "Cold", featuring Future, now available on Apple Music, Spotify, and Google Play!

2/23/2017

Maroon 5 win 4th award at South Korea award show

Via Rolling Stone.
Maroon 5 win their fourth Gaon Chart Music Award for their single "Don't Wanna Know"

If you have not heard of the South Korean based music awards show Gaon Chart Music Awards, it's okay, we haven't either. The Gaon Chart Music Awards, also known as the K-Pop Music Awards, is important because it is equivalent to the Billboard Music Awards here in the United States. The show awards artists, locally or internationally renown, by their success on the Gaon Music Charts, a chart based in South Korea.



Maroon 5 just recently won the award for International Song Of the Year, for their 2016 hit single "Don't Wanna Know", featuring rapper Kendrick Lamar. This is the Los Angeles-based band's fourth non-consecutive win at the award show. They have won the same category three other times. The band won for "Moves Like Jagger", featuring Christina Aguilera, in 2011, "Payphone", featuring Wiz Khalifa, in 2012, and for "Maps" in 2014. Two other international artists have won this category before on the Gaon Chart Music Awards, being Adele ("Hello in 2015) and DJ Bad Gollum ("The Bad Touch" in 2013).

Congratulations to Maroon 5 on their big win overseas in South Korea!

The band recently released their new single, "Cold", featuring Future, which is now available to stream and purchase everywhere. Maroon 5 is also currently on tour in North America in support for their latest album V, which you can see full dates and ticket information here.

Watch the video for "Don't Wanna Know" below: