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Becoming a part of the Playing for Change music project, the clip compiles various musicians from around the world who perform live on the streets to support the movement.
The Adam Levine-fronted band enlist the help of their fans to come-up with their new 9-minute clip for the track 'Daylight'.
A total of 125 musicians sign a letter to oppose the 'Internet Radio Fairness Act' which, according to research, could slash artist royalties by 85 percent.
The Adam Levine-fronted pop rock band will take the stage at the Bridgestone Arene in Nashville as part of the Grammy Nomination Live!! gig on December 5.
'Now I think we're just at a point where we feel like there's more music in us than that,' so the band's guitarist James Valentine gushes about their eagerness to make a new album.
Of shooting multiple violent scenes in the Oliver Stone film, Salma Hayek says, 'It was very hard for me as a person to stomach it,' while Taylor Kitsch says, 'We had a riot doing it.'
The 'Catalyst' hitmakers snatch the throne on the chart with their latest album 'Living Things', while the Adam Levine-fronted band follow at No. 2.
Adam Levine and his bandmates deliver such hits as 'Moves Like Jagger', 'Harder to Breathe', 'Payphone' and 'One More Night' in front of fans at the Rockefeller Plaza in New York.
Adam Levine wins a big fight, but it no longer matters when he returns home and finds out that the people he loves dearly have left.
The snippet shows Adam Levine fighting on a boxing ring after leaving his wife and baby at home.
Follow Adam Levine as he tries to save a female co-worker during a bank robbery while dodging police in the process.
The Adam Levine-fronted band will release the album on June 26, and will perform at the KIIS FM annual concert on May 12.
It's important to 'have a place where the rebels, revolutionaries, rockers, rappers and the 99 per cent could gather,' Morello says.
The boyfriend of Selena Gomez and the judge of 'The Voice' are joined in the studio by Kenny Hamilton.
In addition, Grammys adds The Civil Wars, Diana Krall and Joe Walsh to its performer lineup, and Common, Taraji P. Henson, Reba McEntire and Diana Ross to its presenter list.