Maroon 5 is currently on tour with Train, but the pop-rockers made a pit stop at the 'Today' show on Friday morning (Aug. 5) as a part of the Toyota Concert Series.

The five-piece were surrounded by a plethora of fans in New York's Rockefeller Plaza, where they performed their 'Hands All Over' single 'Never Gonna Leave This Bed' and their 2002 hit 'Harder to Breathe.'

The group also graced the audience with a live version of 'Moves Like Jagger,' sans 'The Voice' co-star Christina Aguilera, a song that frontman Adam Levine is often questioned about. "A lot of people don't even know who Mick Jagger is, which is crazy to me," he told Matt Lauer. "But people have been asking, 'What's a Jagger?,' which is a really silly question, but it's nice to be an informing the new generation about him."

The 'Today' show host also asked Levine about a rumor that he's executive producing a new sitcom about a karaoke bar, which the singer confirmed was true. The pilot for the show has been bought and "it's moving," Levine said.

Maroon 5 and Train's co-headlining North American tour kicked off on July 22, and is scheduled to hit over 40 dates by the end of its run on Sept. 24. Maroon 5 are currently promoting their third album, which was released in September 2010 and produced the hit single 'Misery.'

Watch Maroon 5 Perform 'Moves Like Jagger' on the 'Today' Show

Watch Maroon 5 Perform 'Never Gonna Leave This Bed' on the 'Today' Show

 

Watch Maroon 5 Perform 'Harder to Breathe' on the 'Today' Show