Adam Noah Levine is an American singer, songwriter, and also a musician. He was born on March 18, 1979. He is widely known as a pop rock band, Maroon 5’s vocal. As the time passed by, he founded an alternative rock group, Kara’s Flowers, became a lead singer and guitarist. However, after failing to sell The Fourth World ‘s commercial first album, the group broke up. After that, he re-established the group and put the fifth member in Maroon 5. This group succeeded at the mainstream level as sales of the fourth album won platinum status in the United States. He has won three Grammy Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, two American Music Awards, and one MTV Music Award and one World Music Award to Maroon 5.
Levine was born in Patsy Noah and Fred Levine in Los Angeles, California. His uncle is a journalist and writer, Timothy Noah. He has brothers, Michael, and sisters Julia Milne. When he was eight years old he won the local YMCA basketball championship (with a team trained by his father). He said that the incident changed his life, confidence to succeed him, and nothing is impossible.
Levine followed the French Woods Festival of Arts camp at Hancock in New York with a friend of his Jesse Carmichael who was then a guitarist of the local band Kara’s Flowers. Levine graduated from Brentwood High School in 1997.
From both sides of his parents, from his father and his mother’s grandfather, Levine has a Jewish ancestor. Based on the testimony of The Jewish Chronicle who interviewed Levine, Levine himself regarded himself a Jew, “He is a formal religious act for a more generalized spiritual way of life “When he was a child, when asked by his father, he wanted bar mitzvah, Levine did not answer.
Age: 39 years 10 months
Birth Date: March 18, 1979
Place of Birth: California, USA
Salary: Around $75000-$150,000
Net Worth: $35 million
Ethnicity: Jewish, German and Scottish