That's Jesse Carmichael, Maroon 5's original keyboardist. In spring of 2012, the Boulder, Colorado native announced he was taking a break from the band. Luckily, Carmichael returned in time to record on the band's just-released 'V' album. Look out for a solo project of his coming soon.
That is actually Ben Spivak, the bassist of MAGIC! That Canadian reggae-pop band is most notable for two things: 1) Recording the No. 1 hit "Rude," and 2) Not being Maroon 5.
That's Maroon 5's current drummer Matt Flynn. After playing with the likes of Gavin DeGraw, Chicago and the B-52's, the New York state native was brought on when the original M5 drummer, Ryan Dusick, left due to injuries from the band's extensive touring schedule.
Wrong band and wrong genre: This is Tyler Hubbard of country duo Florida Georgia Line. They're famous for crossover singles like "Cruise" and "Dirt."
He sure looks like he could be in Maroon 5, but Jamie Sierota is in Echosmith. They're currently rising up the charts with their breakout single "Cool Kids." Jamie plays guitar in the rock-pop quartet alongside his siblings Graham, Sydney and Noah Sierota.
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This would be James Valentine, lead guitarist in Maroon 5. Fun fact: Valentine is a friend of John Mayer and even played on a few studio recordings with the singer-songwriter.
Eddie Fisher has drummed for Kelly Clarkson and James Morrison, but never for Maroon 5. He currently drums in pop-rock outfit OneRepublic, joining after original drummer Jerrod Bettis left in 2005.
You're looking at Kyle Simmons who handles keyboards and synths for Bastille. You know Bastille for their Top 5 hit "Pompeii."
That's Wayne "Wing" Sermon, lead guitarist from "Radioactive" band Imagine Dragons. Fun fact: Wayne attended Berklee School of Music, which is the same college M5 guitarist James Valentine also attended.
That's none other than Michael "Mickey" Madden, M5's bassist. The Austin, Texas native is one of the original members of the band and began playing with Adam Levine in junior high! Fun fact: He's a vegan.
That's Clemens Rehbein, one half of German alt-rock duo Milky Chance. You've probably heard their single "Stolen Dance," which is currently rising on the U.S. charts. It's so catchy, you might have thought it was an M5 single. If you did, you were wrong.
This one was tough: That's Ryan Dusick, Maroon 5's original drummer who left the band in 2006 before the band released their sophomore record. He was replaced by Matt Flynn.
That's PJ Morton. An R&B singer and piano player, Morton was brought in to replace Maroon 5's original keyboardist Jesse Carmichael during Carmichael's hiatus from the band. After making a mark on the guys, Morton continued to play keys and contribute vocals even after Carmichael returned, thus becoming the very confusing sixth member of Maroon 5. The 33-year-old is also signed to Young Money as a solo singer and has released collaborations with Stevie Wonder, Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne.