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Maroon 5’s Hands-On Approach

05:01 PM Monday 5/10/10 | |

The new Maroon 5 album – "Hands All Over" – won’t hit stores until September, but you can see the band on tour this summer beginning on the East Coast at the end of July.

The new album is helmed by star producer Robert John “Mutt” Lange, known for his work on some of rock’s finest albums, including discs by AC/DC, The Cars and Def Leppard. Lange had heard the band was writing material for what would be the group’s third album, and immediately offered his services.

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    University of Delaware, Newark, Del.
    November 16, 2009

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“We didn’t even talk to anyone else,” Maroon 5’s Adam Levine said. “Mutt is undeniably one of the most success producers who’s ever lived.”

It just isn’t frontman Levine singing Lange’s praises.

“Mutt really helped us play to the best of our ability,” said keyboardist Jesse Carmichael. “And it drove us to be bigger and better than ever.”

The tour launches July 30 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., at the Performing Arts Center. Other stops include Gilford, N.H., at the Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion July 31; Uncasville, Conn., at Mohegan Sun Arena Aug. 4; Toronto at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre Aug. 4 and Clarkston, Mich., at DTE Energy Music Theatre Aug. 5.

You can also see Maroon 5 just outside Indianapolis in Noblesville (Aug. 6), Canandaigua, N.Y. (Aug. 7), Mansfield, Mass. (Aug. 10), Wantagh, N.Y. (Aug. 11), Bristow, Va. (Aug. 13), Holmdel, N.J. (Aug. 15), Miami (Aug. 19), Alpharetta, Ga. (Aug. 21) and Davidson, N.C. (Aug. 24). Last show is in Pittsburgh at the Trib Total Media Amphitheatre At Station Square Aug. 29.

The band also has lined up some pretty impressive special guests to accompany them on this outing. Guster appears July 30-Aug. 1; Ry Cuming July 30-Aug. 4, Owl City Aug. 4-15; VV Brown Aug. 5-29 and Kris Allen Aug. 19-29.

Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, May 14 at 10 a.m. local time. For more info, click here for the Maroon 5 website.


Comments

  1. cincyconcertfan wrote:

    06:00 PM, May 11, 2010

    Meet and Greet Prostitution-Live Nation Pimps Another Band.  Maroon 5 (which I like) is another band that is allowing their pimp, Live Nation, to prostitute them out via VIP ticket packages that include choice seats and a meet and greet with the band.  The world’s oldest profession has been around for awhile in the music industry.  Other bands like Journey, Def Leppard and Aerosmith have paved the way with selling their flesh and their fans out with meet and greet packages.  Live Nation has increasingly convinced more artists to sell themselves.  Currently, Lilith Fair, Sharika, the Moody Blues, Rihanna and Yes are some of the bands that are engaged in this unsavory practice.   For you John’s out there paying the price for your one minute quickie in bed with the artist wake up and realize you are just a John to them and that they quickly wash their hands of you soon after the meet and greet.  For you artists out there wake up before it’s too late and realize that no amount of money (and most of you shouldn’t need it anyway) is worth selling your integrity as an artist for and for selling out your fans who got you to where you are today by supporting you.  Time will tell if any of you listen to the devil named Live Nation or to what you know isn’t right to do.