Swaggering, defiant, inflected with just the right amount of rasp, Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin has one of the greatest voices in alt-rock. Often compared to Kurt Cobain's, his voice holds its own, having charged through a series of huge Billboard-topping hits like "Blurry," "She Hates Me" and "Psycho" that defined the post-grunge sound. In fact, the band has grown only more distinct as it's progressed from its triple-platinum major label debut, 2001's Come Clean, to its widely praised collection of classic rock covers, 2011's Re:(disc)overed. But even the albums' most hardcore fans are routinely amazed at just how energetic and entertaining the band is live. See for yourself when Puddle of Mudd -- rumored to be at work on a new album -- takes the stage at Lido Live.