Adam Levine's Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson Impressions Are Insanely Good: Watch

The "Voice" coach does voices.

In addition to being a singer, songwriter, talent coach, yogi, and the man singlehandedly responsible for the most gif-able moment ever to happen on "American Horror Story," it turns out that Adam Levine is also a gifted musical impersonator -- a skill he showed off Tuesday (September 2) on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon.

Levine was the first-ever participant in a new game created just for him, called Wheel of Musical Impressions. Using a spinning wheel to generate bizarre artist/song combinations, Fallon got his guest to do a spot-on impersonation of Frank Sinatra singing "Head Shoulders Knees and Toes," followed by a second, equally terrific impersonation of Michael Jackson singing the "Sesame Street" theme song and of Eddie Vedder singing "The Muffin Man." Not gonna lie, we are seriously impressed right now.