Adam Noah Levine (born March 18, 1979) is an American singer-songwriter, musician and actor best known as the front man and guitarist for the pop rock band Maroon 5. He is also a coach on the American talent show The Voice.
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... The Monday edition featured Teams Usher and Adam, while Tuesday holds Teams Shakira and Blake ... Contestant Order Song Coach Result Amber Carrington 1.1 "Stay" Adam Levine Advanced Josiah Hawley 1.2 "Starlight" Usher Saved Sarah Simmons 1.3 "Angel" Adam Levine Saved Cáthia 1.4 "I Have Nothing ...
... For this season's advisers, Adam Levine has picked Hillary Scott for Lady Antebellum, Blake Shelton has chosen Sheryl Crow, Shakira is assisted by Joel Madden and Usher by Pharrell Williams ... Episode/ Order Coach Winner Song Loser 'Steal' / Result 1.1 Adam Levine Amber Carrington "Try" Sasha Allen Shakira Usher 1.2 Shakira Garrett Gardner "How You Like Me Now ... Perkins Usher 3.5 Adam Levine Midas Whale "Burning Love" Patrick Dodd 3.6 Usher Ryan Innes "Ain't No Sunshine" Orlando Dixon Adam Levine 4.1 Shakira Shawna P "Piece of My Heart" Brandon Roush 4.2 Adam ...
... Adam Levine singles chronology "Heard 'Em Say" (2005) "Say It Again" (2007) "Stereo Hearts" (2011) "Say It Again" is a pop song written by Natasha Bedingfield, Adam Levine, and Mike Elizondo for Bedingfield's ... (2007) and features Adam Levine for background vocals ... Levine is uncredited in the U.S ...
... All four judges (Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton) hit the red "I Want You" button for him ... He chose to join Adam Levine's team ... this performance, but does on the studio recording.) This prompted Lucca's coach Levine to defend his performance, stating that he and Lucca discussed ...
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