More Information about Maroon 5
Based in Los Angeles, Maroon 5, believe it or not, found their success slowly. Although initially dropped from their label in the 1990s, their album Songs About Jane became a sleeper hit in the 2000s, and since 2010, they’ve scored multiple major singles, including “Moves Like Jagger” and “One More Night.”
Initially called Kara’s Flowers, the original incarnation of Maroon 5 started by self-releasing their debut, We Like Digging? While Reprise Records eventually signed them, their first major-label effort, The Fourth World, didn’t perform as well as they would’ve liked, so they parted ways in 1997.
But, Adam Levine and the rest of the band didn’t quit; rather, by 2001, guitarist James Valentine came on board, and they officially changed their name to Maroon 5. The new lineup then signed to Octone Records and, the next year, put out Songs About Jane, which reached No. 6 on the Billboard 200 album chart and generated hit single “Harder to Breathe.” Eventually, during the course of the decade, the album reached platinum status.
By 2005, they won a Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Two years later, they followed their debut with It Won't Be Soon Before Long, which got to the top of the Billboard 200. At the same time, single “Makes Me Wonder” went up to No. 1 on the Hot 100.
Their third album as Maroon 5, Hands All Over, came out in 2010, but was then re-released a year later to include hit single “Moves Like Jagger,” a collaboration featuring fellow Voice judge Christina Aguilera.
By 2012, Overexposed dropped and netted them another hit single. “One More Night” reached the top of the Hot 100 and stayed there for nine weeks. Two years later, the band signed to Interscope and then released V, their fifth album under the Maroon 5 moniker.
Plans for a sixth album, said to have more of a traditional sound, have already been announced. But, to hold fans over for the time being, Maroon 5 put out a singles collection, featuring 12 hit tracks from all five of their studio albums to date. In support, they scheduled a 2016 North American tour, which includes opening acts Tove Lo, R. City, and PHASES.
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