Maroon 5 Singer Adam Levine Invites Israeli Street Performer On Stage

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Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine heard Israeli singer-songwriter Coral Bismuth performing on the boardwalk in Tel Aviv from his hotel room and invited the musician to perform their song “Sunday Morning” on stage in front of 60,000 people. Coral Bismuth joins News NOW to share how Levine got in touch with her and how it felt to perform on stage. 

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