7/28/2016

Adam Levine recruits Sammy Hagar as 'The Voice' team mentor

Coach Adam Levine (left) and Sammy Hagar.
Levine beings Sammy Hagar on board to mentor Team Adam for The Voice season 11

NBC's The Voice has revealed the full details for what famous faces will be mentoring who's teams on the upcoming 11th season of the show.

Levine has recruited heavy metal rocker and Montrose member Sammy Hagar as Team Adam's mentor. Incoming first-time coaches Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus recruited "See You Again" singer Charlie Puth and rock 'n roll legend Joan Jett, respectively for their teams. Coach Blake Shelton has recruited broadway star Bette Midler for his team.



This season will mark Levine and Shelton's 11th consecutive season sine the show's launch six years ago on NBC in 2011. Cyrus and Keys will be coaching for the first time on the show, despite being mentors in previous seasons.

The Voice season 11 premiered on Monday, September 19th at 8/7CPT only on NBC!

For more information, visit www.nbc.com/the-voice!

Get to know Team Adam's mentor, Sammy Hagar!

7/07/2016

Maroon 5 named highest-paid all-male act in America

Maroon 5 performing in 2015.
Maroon 5 have earned over $33 million in pre-tax earnings, making them the highest-paid all-male act in the U.S.

Pop group Maroon 5 have just been confirmed as the highest-paid all-male musical group in the United States, according to a recently published article from Forbes magazine. Maroon 5, who reside in Los Angeles, California, United States, have earned approximately $33.5 million (USD).

Forbes magazine will be publishing the Forbes Celebrity 100 list beginning July 12th and will list the top 100 highest-paid musicians and film actors in the United States.

It was also reported that K-pop phenomenon Bigbang had earned the most in USD, earning $44 million. Since the group resides in Seoul, South Korea they are not eligible for being the highest-paid all-male U.S. musical group.

For more information, click on the link below:
www.allkpop.com/article/2016/07/forbes-reveals-big-bang-earned-more-than-maroon-5