NFL Releases Statement on Maroon 5 Super Bowl Halftime Show Rumors

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Is this the earliest that the National Football League has reportedly picked a Super Bowl Halftime show performer?

The internet is already buzzing with people who think this is a awful decision.

Nevertheless, signs are pointing toward Adam Levine and Co. strutting their stuff February 3, 2019 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Are you looking forward to Maroon 5's mini-concert at the 2019 Super Bowl Halftime Show? In fact, it's actually a very intriguing choice for one of music's biggest stages. That guy's name is Adam Levine, and though he's become a TV personality, he's also still a talented musician.

The band - fronted by Adam Levine with Jesse Carmichael, James Valentine, PJ Morton, Matt Flynn, Sam Farrar and Mickey Madden - is now on tour to promote their 2017 album, "Red Pill Blues". Maroon 5 fits that bill perfectly: A record 13 of its songs have reached No. 1 on Billboard's Adult Pop Songs radio airplay chart.

Thought goes into where it's played, the parties around it, and of course, the halftime show.

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Maroon 5 follows up last year's performer Justin Timberlake.

The group is now touring in support of their 2017 album Red Pill Blues, with their final show of 2018 taking place in Las Vegas on New Year's Eve.

The band's touring schedule also has quite a convenient gap that would allow the group to perform at the Super Bowl.

Based out of Los Angeles, Maroon 5's latest release was 2017's Red Pill Blues that featured collaborations with the likes of Cardi B, Kendrick Lamar and SZA. As most people know, a Super Bowl Halftime show can often only be as good as the special guests who join.

Don't forget about Atlanta natives Usher and CeeLo Green, both of whom Adam Levine performed with on The Voice.

And they've wanted to do this for years. Other Super Bowl acts include Lady Gaga, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars and Beyoncé. In the meantime, they've played NCAA March Madness in 2016 and again in 2018-just five months ago. They're going to give us all the hits! They have the star power and the musical power to be the big event the Super Bowl halftime show demands. It's all falling into place. "We think we sounded pretty good!"

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