Maroon 5's own Adam Levine dropped by The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon last night to promote the band's new album, V, and maybe talk a little bit about the return of NBC's The Voice, which premieres it's seventh season this coming Sept. 22.
During the musician's segment, both he and the talk show host took some time to wow the crowd when they impersonated some of music's biggest names in what Fallon called "Wheel of Musical Impressions."
The game is fairly simple (until the actual impressions kick in, of course): hitting the button activates the wheel of musicial impressions generator. After landing on a random singer and song title, the person does an impression of the musician doing that song.
Taking to the mic first, Levine kicked off the game by impersonating Frank Sinatra while singing "Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes." And guess what ... it was fantastic.
Check out Levine's Sinatra impression on The Tonight Show below:
Following the Maroon 5 frontman, Fallon did a flawless impersonation of Bob Dylan singing "Rude" by MAGIC!. The segment took a hilarious turn (not that it wasn't already) when Levine had to sing the Sesame Street theme like Michael Jackson (which was also great) and the Tonight Show host was forced to do "Old McDonald Had A Farm" to the tune of Iggy Azalea. And that was ... interesting.
Be sure to watch till the very end to see Levine channel Eddie Vedder doing "The Muffin Man" to a tee.
Later on in the episode, Levine returned with his band as the episode's musical guest. The group's new album is available now!