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Adam Levine, Broken Bells Set for “Late Show with David Letterman”

As his band Maroon 5 celebrates the release of new single “Maps,” Adam Levine is planning a trip to CBS’ “Late Show with David Letterman.”

The network announced that Levine will appear as a guest on the June 23 edition of the show.

While fans will surely be excited to see the Maroon 5 frontman on TV next week, they will have to settle for the reality that he will not be performing. Levine is booked as the night’s lead interview guest.

U.S. Army General Frank J. Grass is also confirmed for an interview, while Broken Bells will provide the evening’s music.

The latest “Late Show” listings follow (n = new episode)

Tuesday, June 17 Actress Olivia Wilde; talent manager/documentary film subject Shep Gordon; musical guests Empires (n)

Wednesday, June 18 Actor Dana Carvey; actress Ellie Kemper; musical guest Sam Smith (n)

Thursday, June 19 Actor Paul Rudd; comedian Jeff Altman; musical guest John Doe (n)

*Friday, June 20 Comedian Dave Chappelle; actress Laura Prepon; musical guests The Orwells

*Monday, June 23 Musician Adam Levine; U.S. Army General Frank J. Grass; musical guests Broken Bells (n)

*Tuesday, June 24 Actress Melissa McCarthy from the CBS comedy series “Mike & Molly”; actress Rachelle Lefevre from the CBS drama series “Under the Dome”; musical guests Phish (n)

*Wednesday, June 25 Actor Mark Wahlberg; actor Ben Falcone; musical guests Hurray for the Riff Raff (n)

Written by Brian Cantor

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