Mark Salling is gearing up to roll out his first solo studio album "Pipe Dreams" in the United States on October 25. In anticipation for the album release, the "Glee" actor hit Tao Nightclub inside The Ventian Resort & Casino on October 2 in Las Vegas, Nevada to celebrate the record.
At the event which was also held to raise awareness for the American Red Cross, the Noah 'Puck' Puckerman depicter was accompanied by co-star Chord Overstreet who plays Sam Evans in the FOX's TV series. Wearing black outfit, the two wrapped arms around each other when posing together for photographers.
"Pipe Dreams" is led by "pop radio friendly" song titled "Higher Power". It features downbeat jam with 60s rock vibe which might not come as surprise since the actor has declared his love for throwback rock tunes when announcing the album earlier this year.
"I love nineties stuff like Alice in Chains and Nine Inch Nails... I also love jazz greats like (John) Coltrane, Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock. I'm combining those two genres to make rock melodic and accessible," he said.
Beside Mark Salling, the other "Glee" star who is currently preparing a debut album is Matthew Morrison. He signed deal with Mercury Records, saying of the upcoming effort "I would consider it a classier Justin Timberlake album. It's going to be me and a big orchestra, but also with beats."