Glee's Mark Salling Live On Stage with Solo Album Pipe Dreams
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The last date listed for Mark Salling was Tuesday December 28, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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Mark Salling (Glee) will perform at the Grove of Anaheim on December 28 on the heels of his much-anticipated solo album, Pipe Dreams.
His latest release chronicles Salling’s seven-year musical journey with a sound reminiscent of early classic Rock ‘n’ Roll, alternative, and a 60’s folk-beat era sound. A multi-talented musician, Salling plays guitar, piano, bass and drums while writing, producing and singing lead vocals on all his tracks. A sound unlike any other, Salling’s music is an eclectic blend of indie and alternative rock, with the timelessness of Radiohead, and pop appeal of Coldplay. Drawing much of his inspiration from musical groundbreakers as Thom York and Trent Reznor, Salling has committed to a lifestyle of perfecting his primary passion, branching out into all genres, jazz, country, rock, pop and even hip-hop.
Starring opposite comic-genius Jane Lynch and Broadway veteran Lea Michelle in Glee, the biggest TV phenomenon of the generation, Salling, whose soulful hazel eyes even take a backseat to his soulful sound, he has comfortably accepted the role as the show’s breakout star and sex-symbol, as he brings to the already-talented ensemble an unparalleled dedication to the craft and a darker, alternative edge in music, looks and style.