BUSAN, South Korea – Levine, the Daegu based expat band, is a rock group in the truest sense. A tight sound, instrument solos, harmonizing vocals, original material that will give you a better show than any cover band you could find on the peninsula. With one catchy tune after another, you soon find yourself dancing because you can't help it.
Like any good expat band, the boys are from all over the globe. Adam Levine comes from Toronto, while Stevenson hails from across the country in Vancouver. Fallon supports his monarch, like all good British boys, and Henny represents the good old US of A, New Jersey style. They're the kind of guys you want to grab a beer with, and you could if you wanted to. They're friendly.
And like the purest of rock bands, Levine is best seen in smoky bars, late at night, where the dancing girl or boy bumps into you and you spill your drink, so you try to wedge up to the bar to get another. But it's all OK. It's all OK because the music is good and the atmosphere is right and you're there. That's what makes a night spent with Levine so worthwhile.