Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers released their first self-titled album in 1976. Their second album, “You're Gonna Get It!,” (1978) marked the band's first Top 40 album. Their third album, “Damn the Torpedoes” (1979), quickly went platinum, selling nearly two million copies; it includes their breakthrough singles "Don't Do Me Like That," "Here Comes My Girl" and "Refugee.” In 1989, a solo Petty released “Full Moon Fever.” Petty & the Heartbreakers reformed and released “Into the Great Wide Open,” which included the hit singles "Learning To Fly" and "Into The Great Wide Open." His first album on Warner Bros. Records, 1994's “Wildflowers” (Petty's 2nd of 3 solo albums), included the singles "You Don't Know How It Feels," "You Wreck Me," "It's Good to Be King" and "A Higher Place." The album, produced by Rick Rubin, sold approximately 2.5 million copies in the States. 2002's “The Last DJ” reached number 9 on the U.S. charts. In July 2006, Petty released a new solo album titled “Highway Companion,” which included the hit "Saving Grace." It debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200. Petty & the Heartbreakers released “Mojo” in 2010, which debuted at number two on the U.S. Billboard 200, selling 125,000 copies in its first week of release. With their extensive catalogue of classic songs, Petty and his mates continue to tour and remain one of the world's most popular acts.