While a few of the stars from the Fox hit show, Glee, are making news this week for their controversial GQ magazine cover shots, Mark Salling - who plays bad boy "Puck" on the show - is making some news of his own with the release of his album, Pipe Dreams.
Salling tells RadarOnline.com, "This album is a diary of the last ten years of my life, struggling musician just pursuing his art. Its 12 tracks from a catalog of over 50 that I've written and produced since coming to LA."
On Thursday, 28-year-old Salling celebrated the release of his album Pipe Dreams at the BBM Lounge in Hollywood.
Mena Suvari, Buried Life Boys, Taylor Cole and Quinton Aaron were just a few of the stars who showed up to offer their support to the actor/singer.
And for all you Salling fans out there, he is releasing "Fugitive," a hidden track on his album that you can download for free on his Facebook page!
When asked if he had to choose between his career as an actor or belting out a song, Salling takes the "Renaissance Man" approach.
"What do I love more-- acting or singing?" Salling says, "I hope I never have to choose. Art is art, man."
Check out Sallings album, Pipe Dreams, due to be released Monday, October 25.