James Valentine Biography,Age, Net Worth and Super Bowl Halftime

James Valentine Biography

James Valentine born James Burgon Valentine is an American musician and songwriter. He is also a guitarist for pop rock band Maroon 5.

James Valentine Age

James was born on October 5, 1978, in Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.He is 40 years old as of 2018.

James Valentine Height

James is 1.91 meters tall.

James Valentine weight

James has 76 kilogram.

James Valentine Nationality

He is an American.

James Valentine Wife

Jame is not in any relationship, he is still single.

James Valentine Career

He played in Lincoln bands, Montag, Kid Quarkstar, Mondello and Happy Dog. Happy Dog changed its name to Square in 2000 and moved to Los Angela from Anaheim, Califonia, Where he taught private guitar lessons.

James Valentine
James Valentine

He also played with Reel Big Fish, Firstly when guitarist Aaron Barrett broke his hand. Eventually, the member of Square and Kara’s Flowers became friends and when Adam Levine, Jesse Carmichael, Mickey Madden, and Ryan Dusick began looking for another guitarist, Valentine was approached.

The band Kara Flower changed their name to Maroon. Valentine is a Friend of John Mayer, they met in 1996 at Berklee in Boston, Massachusetts. He also played guitar on Jenny Lewis solo album Rabbit Fur Coat with the Watson twins and has appeared in her music video for the first single Rise up with fists.

James Valentine Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of  $4 million.

James Valentine Songs

  • Girls Like You 2017
  • Sugar · 2014
  • She Will Be Loved 2002
  • What Lovers Do 2017
  • Moves like Jagger 2010
  • This Love 2002
  • One More Night 2012
  • Payphone 2012
  • Don’t Wanna Know 2017
  • Sunday Morning 2002
  • Animals 2014
  • Maps 2014
  • Wait 2017
  • Won’t Go Home Without You 2007
  • Harder to Breathe 2002
  • Makes Me Wonder 2007
  • Love Somebody 2012
  • Cold 2017 2010
  • Lucky Strike 2012
  • This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like a Motherfucker 2014
  • Never Gonna Leave This Bed 2010
  • Daylight 2012
  • If I Never See Your Face Again 2007
  • Wake Up Call 2007
  • It Was Always You 2014
  • Must Get Out 2002
  • Sweetest Goodbye 2002
  • Lost Stars 2014
  • Goodnight Goodnight 2007
  • Not Coming Home 2002
  • Three Little Birds 2018

James Valentine Album

  • Songs About Jane
  • It Won’t Be Soon Before Long
  • Hands All Over
  • Overexposed
  • V
  • Red Pill Blues
  • 1.22.03.Acoustic
  • Live – Friday the 13th
  • Live from Le Cabaret
  • The B-Side Collection
  • Singles
  • Call and Response: The Remix Album
  • Live from SoHo
  • iTunes Session
  • Holiday Gift

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James Valentine News

Maroon 5’s James Valentine excited to play Super Bowl halftime show

To say James Valentine is excited about playing the Super Bowl LIII halftime show is an understatement.

The Maroon 5 guitarist — and Lincoln native — took to Facebook on Friday, posting: “This weekend!! It’s going to be the highlight of my career.”

The multi-platinum album-selling pop band fronted by Adam Levine skipped the usual pre-game news conference this week, likely in part to avoid the controversy over artists playing the Super Bowl amid criticism of the NFL’s treatment of Colin Kaepernick, who knelt during the national anthem while with the 49ers.

Levine, however, talked with “Entertainment Tonight” and said the band expected the backlash against its performance.

“I’m not in the right profession if I can’t handle a little bit of controversy,” he said. “It’s what it is. We expected it. We’d like to move on from it and speak through the music.”

In that interview, Levine implied that Sunday’s show will be less about the production and more about music.

“The spectacle is the music,” he said. “We wanted to bring it back to a time when it was a little more simple, when the focus was the connection to the songs.”

Maroon 5 will be joined during the 12-minute halftime show by rappers Travis Scott and Big Boi. Valentine seemed to imply there may be additional guests, but could give nothing about the show away.

“I wish I could tell you guys what we’re doing and who with,” he posted.

More than 100 million people are expected to watch the halftime performance, which will likely take place close to 7 p.m. on CBS. That is, by far, the largest annual audience for any musical performance in the world.

Not surprisingly, Valentine posted: “Not going to lie, I’m nervous.”


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