As the front man of seven-time Grammy award-nominated band Maroon 5, Adam Levine has left an indelible mark on popular music. The group's songs have gone gold and platinum in more than 35 countries, and they've sold more than 3 million concert tickets worldwide. Their latest No. 1 smash, "Moves Like Jagger," (featuring Adam's fellow coach Christina Aguilera) dominated multiple charts this past summer.
Alanis Morissette - Since 1995, Morissette has been one of the most influential singer-songwriter-musicians in contemporary music. Her deeply expressive music and performances have earned vast critical praise, 12 Canadian Juno Awards, seven Grammy Awards (with an additional 14 nominations) and sales of over 60 million albums worldwide. Morissette's 1995 debut, "Jagged Little Pill," was followed by such eclectic and acclaimed albums as "Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie" (1998), "MTV Unplugged" (1999), "Under Rug Swept" (2002), "So-Called Chaos" (2004), "Jagged Little Pill Acoustic" (2005), her greatest hits album, "The Collection" (2005) and "Flavors of Entanglement"(2008), as well as musical contributions to theatrical releases. Morissette is currently in the recording studio working on her sixth studio album which is due out this spring. For more information, see WWW.ALANIS.COM.
Robin Thicke - Thicke's breakthrough release, 2006's "The Evolution of Robin Thicke," produced the megahit "Lost Without U," which became the No. 1 most played song in Urban Adult Contemporary BDS and topped four Billboard charts simultaneously as he established himself as one of the most-respected singer-songwriters in soul and R&B music today. By 2007, his awards included the VH1 Soul/Vibe award for Best Breakthrough Artist and nominations from BET (Best Male R&B and Viewer's Choice), Soul Train (Best R&B Soul Album, Male), MTV VMA (Male Artist of the Year), MOBO (Best Song, "Lost Without U"), the American Music Awards (Favorite Breakthrough Artist) and the ASCAP Song of the Year for "Lost Without You."
The award-winning multi-platinum superstar returned to center stage in 2008 with "Something Else." Debuting at No. 3 on The Billboard 200, "Something Else" is Thicke's highest-charted album to date. Thicke obtained yet another Top-10 hit single with "Magic" hitting No. 2 on the urban charts. In December 2009, Thicke released "Sex Therapy," an album that created a fantasy world of eroticism, while still dealing with the honest struggle a man has with seduction, loneliness and betrayal. The title song, "Sex Therapy," was hailed by critics as "the sexiest song of the year" and went on to be No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop charts and also won an ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Award. Thicke recently released his fifth studio album, "Love After War."