Maroon 5 stopped by Rockefeller Center in N.Y.C. this morning (June 14) to perform a few of their 'Overexposed' hits for a crowd of fans gathered at the 'Today' show.

Hot Matt Lauer introduced the band, including a scruffy Adam Levine, who quickly began singing the band's chart-topping 2012 single 'One More Night.'

As usual, Levine's vocals were spot-on as he effortlessly sailed through the song's super high falsetto of "oh, oh, oh's." He was backed by his Maroon 5 bandmates, who all sounded as excellent as their singer. No wonder the plaza was absolutely packed with screaming fans! These guys really know how to put on a great live show.

Lauer and his co-host Savannah Guthrie asked the M5 dudes a few questions in between songs, with Adam Levine doing most of the talking. Guthrie asked about his role on 'The Voice' as a coach, and if he ever tried to give the other guys in the band any pointers. Um, seeing as how Levine's known most of his bandmates since high school, that'd be pretty awkward... and Adam seemed to agree with us. Without missing a beat he responded, "No ... I don't do that." James Valentine joked about it, replying with a simple, "No comment."

Later on, the M5 guys performed 'Payphone,' and once again, Levine could've have blown the roof off (if there was one) with his pitch-perfect falsetto.

Maroon 5 will head out on tour with Kelly Clarkson starting August 1, with their first stop scheduled in St. Louis, Mo. at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater. In the meantime, make sure you check them out on 'TODAY.'

Watch Maroon 5 Perform 'Payphone' on 'TODAY'

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