Maroon 5 Tickets

Maroon 5

Yes, with Maroon 5 having announced their latest tour, this is your chance to grab Maroon 5 tickets right here at Ticketbis! While fans are certainly still recovering from their tour promoting 2014 venture, V, Adam Levine and the gang have already set dates to once again tour the world, taking their soul infused pop-rock to all corners of the globe! Get ready to hear classic tracks such as “She Will Be Loved”, “Makes Me Wonder”, “Moves Like Jagger” and host of other tracks that have rocketed the band to the level of stardom they are today!

Better yet, rumours are already abound regarding an upcoming 2016 album, with Levine and the gang hard at work recording as we speak! So what are you doing still reading this, make sure you grab your Maroon 5 tickets now, and prepare for a truly spectacular evening!

Formed in the halls of Los Angeles’ Brentwood School, both Adam Levine and Jesse Carmichael joined with Ryan Dusick and Mickey Madden to form a band known as “Kara’s Flowers”. Interestingly, the name actually originates from a Groupie that the band each had a crush on. When the band performed at a beach party in Malibu, they caught the attention of indie producer Tommy Allen, who straight away offered to manage them and record with his partner, songwriter John DeNicola. Considering DeNicola’s credentials on the film Dirty Dancing, the band as “Kara’s Flowers” graciously accepted and eventually ended up signing a record deal with Reprise Records. Releasing their debut The Fourth World in 1997, the album failed to gain much commercial recognition, and despite high expectations for the band, after selling only five thousand copies they were dropped from the label. Taking a break from each other, both Dusick and Madden continued to attend their college, UCLA while Levine and Carmichael relocated to the East coast, attending the Five Towns College in New York.

It was during this time that Levine and Carmichael began taking notice of the urban music surrounding them, which would go on to influence their later songs. Undeterred from their previous failures, the band returned to the music scene in two thousand, with Phantom Planet bassist (and occasional Maroon 5 touring member) Sam Farrar saying it was Aaliyah’s “Are You That Somebody?” that affected the band, standing as a huge influence to their track “Not Coming Home.” Suffice to say, due to the previous reputation that Kara’s Flowers had on the industry, the band found it increasingly difficult to sign a record deal, and despite a demo deal with MCA Records, the label declined to pick up the band. Levine and the gang actually found their break in the form of Octane Records, who’s Ben Berkman described the track “Sunday Morning” as a “genius song”, surprised at the fact that it was credited to Kara’s Flowers, as the band sounded completely different. Adding a second guitarist to free-up Levine, the label urged the band to change their name in order to put the past behind them! Adding James Valentine into mix, the band soon got to work, writing and recording what would be one of the band’s most defining albums!

Released in 2002, Songs About Jane initial response actually proved lukewarm, however over time it grew to become one Maroon 5’s most successful albums! Playing showcase gigs all over New York and LA, it was during this time that Adam Levine credits for Songs About Jane’s urban sound. Originally debuting within the top 20, by the end of the year it had climbed numerous charts to eventually top both the UK and Australian charts! Of course, it’s not just commercial success that came Maroon 5’s way, as critics proved equally as receptive to the album. Rolling Stone said of the album, “Adam Levine’s urban-romantic swoonings work best when his really gets on the good foot,” while AllMusic said “Songs About Jane is love-drunk on what makes Maroon 5 tick as a band… they’ve got grit and a sexy strut, personally and musically.”

The following four years, Maroon 5 continued to tour almost non-stop, and toured alongside the likes of Matchbox Twenty, Sugar Ray, Counting Crows, Dashboard Confesssional and The Hives among a host of others! During a special performance in Philadelphia’s Live 8 benefit, Adam Levine managed to perform live alongside long-time pop legend (and closing act) Stevie Wonder, with the band performing a cover of Neil Young’s “Rockin’ In The Free World”! Of course, their constant touring took a toll on the band, and drummer, percussionist and backing singer Ryan Dusick was forced to leave the band after an old sports injury began aggravating the drummer. Officially leaving the band in 2006, it fell to former B-52’s drummer Matt Flynn to take up the mantle as Dusick’s replacement!

Eight months after Dusick’s departure, the band released their second album, It Won’t Be Soon Before Long, with Levine deeming the album both “sexier and stronger” than Songs about Jane. Featuring influences from the likes of Talking Heads, Michael Jackson and Prince, there was no doubt to the electric feel that Maroon 5 infused in the album! In fact, guest vocals from Rihanna in “If I Never See Your Face Again” certainly helped to cement themselves as a critical hit with critics such as Rolling Stone and Digital Spy, more than quick to add their praise! Needless to say, the album didn’t just achieve critical success, with the album taking the top spot on Billboard’s album chart, commercial success proved just as impressive!

With Maroon 5 cultivating such a strong presence, it’s no wonder that in 2008, Levine began wondering whether the band had indeed peaked!  In an interview with Billboard Magazine, Levine admitted “Eventually I want to focus on eing a completely different person because I don’t know if I want to do this into my 40s and 50s.” Because of rumours began cropping up of their follow-up album, Hands All Over, being Maroon 5’s swansong album. Of course, as well know, the rumours proved to be nothing of the sort! Influenced from the likes of Tupac and Marvin Gaye,  the album itself proved to be mixed bag for critics, however commercially it proved once again how loved Maroon 5 really are!

And so here we now are, with Maroon 5 standing as one of the biggest bands in the industry!So what are you doing still reading, make sure you grab your Maroon 5 tickets now, here at Ticketbis!


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