Rock Legend Meat Loaf Has Died At The Age Of 74


Meat Loaf made history in rock music.

According to a post on his verified Facebook profile, Meat Loaf, the larger-than-life singer whose theatrical rock opera “Bat Out of Hell” is one of the best-selling albums of all time, has died at the age of 74. He was best known for his bombastic rock opera “Bat Out of Hell.”

“It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of the amazing Meat Loaf tonight, with his wife Deborah by his side,” the statement added. “He has been accompanied by his daughters Pearl and Amanda, as well as close friends, for the last 24 hours.” Meat Loaf’s agency verified that he had passed away. There was no mention of a cause of death. The singer’s true name is Marvin Lee Aday, and he was born in the Texas city of Dallas.

Meat Loaf

“Paradise by the Dashboard Light,” “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad,” and “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)” are among the smash singles from Meat Loaf’s two most successful albums, 1977’s “Bat Out of Hell” and its follow-up, 1993’s “Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell,” respectively. In addition, for the song “I’d Do Anything for Love,” he was awarded a Grammy in 1993 for Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance.

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” “Fight Club,” and “Wayne’s World” are just a few of the television series and films in which Meat Loaf has featured. In an interview, the singer said that physical issues had hindered his ability to perform. However, in November, he announced on Facebook that he had had four back operations and that he would be back in the studio in the new year, which was true.

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