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Gigs from Maroon 5 in 2013
They'll be playing concerts at those destinations, as well as London, Dublin and Glasgow.
Featuring lead singer Adam Levine, the group is known for songs such as Moves Like Jagger as well as She Will Be Loved.
June of next year will see the tour take place, with Birmingham getting a visit on the 22nd, England's capital on the 23rd and Manchester on the 26th.
Meanwhile, the 27th will see them in Glasgow, Scotland, and the 29th in Dublin, Ireland.
Overexposed, the music instruments playing group's latest LP, came out last June. On it are songs such as Payphone, as well as Love Somebody and One More Night.
Past LPs include Songs About Jane (which featured track This Love) and It Won't Be Soon Before Long (home to Makes Me Wonder).
Published by AW. Posted on 11 Sep 2012 13:42 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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