Music also helps us feel like we belong to something bigger.
Last year, 48-year-old Adam Levine sang the national anthem for the sixth year in a row at Citifield stadium, home of the Mets.
A reporter from Newsday wrote about Adam‘s connection to music:
When he was about 30, Levine’s co-workers at a fast-food restaurant near where he now lives harassed him. Levine was a busboy, and other employees put Tabasco sauce in his drinks and blocked him as he carried trays, his father said.
“He would just scream at the top of his lungs, which is just unacceptable,” said David Levine about his son’s reaction, adding that some of the workers were fired. “They apologized. But, something happened to Adam after that. He became so inward.”
Since then, music has helped Levine express himself.
Adam’s sister Amy shares the videos over the years.