Maroon 5's Adam Levine Asks Pearl Jam To Become Drummer For The Band

24 November 2012, 09:37 | Updated: 24 November 2012, 09:42

The 'One More Night' singer says he has been practicing to the group's records since he was young.

Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine has made a public request to grunge rockers Pearl Jam to become a temporary drummer for the band.

The 'Payphone' singer took to his Twitter account last night (23rd November) to say that he is ready to fill in for Matt Cameron – who recently kicked off their new tour.

"If Pearl Jam needs a temp drummer while Matt Cameron tours with Soundgarden, I've been practicing to your records since I was 11. I'm READY," he said in a post on his social networking account.

He added: "1. I'm dead serious. 2. I'm DEAD serious."

The singer has been seen in the past showing off his drum skills on The Voice during a group performance with the rest of his coaches on the series.

Adam also recently hit out at suggestions he would ever consider a solo career, admitting it wouldn't be "cool" to leave his bandmates. 

He also added that appearing on the hit music realty show gives him the opportunity to express himself away from the group.

He also took the time to write a message on his Twitter account thanking all of his fans for their continued support.

He wrote: "I am genuinely #THANKFUL for all of you lovely fans and supporters out there. Without you guys, none of this could have ever been."

Meanwhile, Maroon 5 will be back in the UK in the summer of 2013 for a new arena tour.

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