LIVE: Maroon 5

Adam Levine's moves had all of Viejas Arena blushing shades of Maroon 5 when the band hit San Diego on April 1.

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Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine led the band through a massive set at Viejas Arena on April 1.
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The band, known for catchy pop-rock anthems, formed more than 20 years ago in L.A.
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It wasn't always called Maroon 5, however.
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Named for a crush, Kara's Flowers was the name first adopted by the band, the members of which were still in high school.
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After a few years of lukewarm reception followed by a break, the band regrouped under the Maroon 5 moniker, and with the new name came a new direction.
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Since then, the band has seen rising success.
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The ever-popular "Moves Like Jagger" hit the no. 1 spot on charts across the world repeatedly.
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In all, Maroon 5 has sold more than 27 million records worldwide, with 15 million in sales in the U.S. alone.
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The band released its fifth studio album in September.
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While "V" received mixed reviews, it topped the Billboard 200 within weeks of its release.
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Outside of the band, Levine has used his musical know-how to coach star-struck hopefuls on the competitive singing show "The Voice."
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