Adam Levine is an American singer-songwriter and musician best known as the front man and guitarist for the pop rock band Maroon 5.
He is also a judge and vocal coach of the reality singing competition The Voice, since 2011.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Levine first connected with Maroon 5 band members Jesse Carmichael and Mickey Madden while attending Brentwood School in Los Angeles. The band has gone on to have massive critical and commercial success worldwide.
Capturing their first of three Grammy Awards as Best New Artist of 2005 and going on to sell more than 15-million albums worldwide, Maroon 5 won over fans and critics alike with the hybrid rock/R&B sound they introduced on their debut album Songs About Jane.
They followed up with the double platinum album, It Won't Be Soon Before Long, which included hits like Makes Me Wonder and If I Never See Your Face Again.
In September 2010, the band released their third studio album Hands All Over, which was produced by studio legend Robert John Mutt Lange, and notched a #2 debut on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart.
Maroon 5 received a Grammy Award nomination for Misery, the debut single off Hands All Over in the category of Best Pop Performance By a Duo or Group with Vocals. The nod marks the group's seventh Grammy nomination overall and fourth in that category.
Hitting the airwaves in 2011, Misery skyrocketed into the top 10 on the Top 40 radio chart within four weeks of its release, marking the band's fastest rising chart success to date.
Maroon 5's releases have gone gold and platinum in over 35 countries around the world, including Hands All Over, which was certified gold by the RIAA in December 2010.
In addition to his work with Maroon 5, Levine has collaborated with various musical acts, including Kanye West, Alicia Keys, Natasha Bedingfield, Slash and K'naan.
Levine has also made several appearances on television, including Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, and Comedy Central's Night of Too Many Stars.