Maroon 5 manager Jordan Feldstein dies unexpectedly at 40

Maroon 5 manager Jordan Feldstein dies unexpectedly at 40

Maroon 5 manager Jordan Feldstein dies unexpectedly at 40

Jordan Feldstein, who served as manager for the pop-rock group Maroon 5, has died at the age of 40.

Jordan died of a heart attack while at his home in LA on Friday according to a report from The Hollywood Reporter as well as Variety.

'In lieu of food and flowers, the family will announce a charity in the coming weeks where memorial donations can be made in Jordan's name'. In addition to being a beloved son and brother, Jordan was the manager of Adam Levine's band, Maroon 5.

Feldstein was the CEO of and founder of CAM (Career Artist Management), a prominent management company based in Beverly Hills, CA.

Feldstein negotiated Maroon 5's Adam Levine's coach role on NBC's "The Voice".

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Feldstein got his start in the industry working for ICM and Bill Leopold Management.

Under his stewardship Maroon 5 became one of music's most successful and popular acts. She appeared in Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising but earned critical acclaim for her performance in 2017's beloved hit, Lady Bird.

Feldstein has two children from his marriage to actress Francesca Eastwood, Clint Eastwood and Frances Fisher's daugther. In a statement obtained by Variety, Jonah's family said that Jordan died after calling 911 due to his struggle with breathing.

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