Actor, musician Jared Leto visits Rock Hall as part of cross-country trip to promote new album

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Oscar-winning actor and "30 Seconds to Mars" front man Jared Leto visited the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Tuesday.

Leto is taking a cross-country trip to promote the band's upcoming tour and new album, "America." He departed New York City April 2, and will travel by any means possible: trains, planes, automobiles and hitchhiking, bus, Lyft, NASCAR pit stops, bikes and more.

Along the way, Leto will visit unique destinations that showcase the title subject of the band's album, which drops April 6.

He'll also hand out genetic testing kits from 23andMe to fans along the way.

The journey will culminate Friday in the band's hometown of Los Angeles.

30 Seconds to Mars performs at Blossom Music Center in Cleveland on June 16.

Leto won an Oscar for his role in the 2013 film, "Dallas Buyers Club."

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