Adam Levine of Maroon 5 opens up the tragic death of Jordan Feldstein, long-time band manager and brother actor Jonah Hill.
Feldstein died unexpectedly in a Los Angeles home at the age of 40, last December, from a pulmonary embolism, says the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner. His death was "natural".
In a statement for USA Today, the Feldstein family said that Feldstein called 911 after experiencing a short breath. He went into a heart failure until the hospital arrived and died shortly afterwards.
Levine called Feldstein's death "so terrible and so bad."
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"It was a tragedy on us and far from us one of the saddest moments of our lives and mine," said Variety in the title story for the latest show. "This is the kid I've known since we were in diapers. He was one of the most important people in my life since a very early age."
Coach "Voice" said that Feldstein thinks "every day".
"There will always be something missing in my life, I will crash, I cry, we have built it together and will never be complete without it," he adds. "But at the same time, we know that we want to keep the truck."
Feldstein was the founder and chief executive of the Career Management Manager and has succeeded in Maroon 5 since its founding 15 years ago. His company also includes Miguel, B-52, Elle King and Rick Springfield among their clients.
Levine chose Feldstein's mentor and business partner, Irving Azofa, to work with Maroon 5 along with Adam "Ash" Harrison and himself, says Variety. The father of two said that it was difficult to advance without Feldstein.
"It was brutal, when everything collapsed, I remember that I have to dig deep and say to myself:" Will I just let it decay, or will I try to keep this together? " " he said. "I thought," How can I do all this again? "I know that he would want me to hold him together."
Feldstein could help lead Maroon 5 through the return of his controversial decision to be allegedly performed during the upcoming Super Bowl show. More than 47,000 people and celebrities such as Rihanna and Amy Schumer have invited the band to give support to the former NFL Colin Kaepernick.
When Variety asked Levine about taking part in the Super Bowl LIII ceremony, he replied, "I still formulate a lot of things."
– USA TODAY