How Old Is Adam Levine? Adam Levine Birthday
Adam Levine was born on March 18, 1979 and is 42 years old now.
Birthday: March 18, 1979
How Old - Age: 42
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Is Adam Levine's father, Fredric Levine, dead or alive?
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Adam Levine's brother :
- Michael Levine
Adam Levine's pet, dead or alive?
- Frankie (Dog)
Adam Levine - Biography
Adam Noah Levine is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, actor and host. He is the lead singer for the Los Angeles pop rock band Maroon 5.
In early 2010, while performing at the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue release party in Las Vegas, Levine met Russian Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover-model Anne Vyalitsyna. They began a relationship which ended in April 2012.
Levine began dating Behati Prinsloo, a Namibian Victoria's Secret model, in May 2012. The couple married on July 19, 2014, with Jonah Hill officiating the wedding. Levine and Prinsloo have two daughters, Dusty Rose (born September 21, 2016) and Gio Grace (born February 15, 2018).
Throughout his childhood, he had a wide range of musical influences, including The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, The Who, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, and Nirvana, and, in high school, by Bob Marley, Bill Withers, Al Green, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Michael Jackson. He has also incorporated elements of The Police and Prince into his music.
In an interview with Billboard, he explained the diversity of his influences: "I love every single kind of music ... even the most saccharine, sugary pop song can be the greatest thing ever. But so can a 25-minute crazy avant-garde fusion gnarly Herbie Hancock jam from the '70s".