The music industry lost one of its brightest stars as renowned singer Meat Loaf has passed away. His album Bat Out Of Hell is one of the best-selling of all time and has been a classic ever since. The world will remember Meat Loaf who once said, that he has never been hip or cool – just right!
The singer’s family confirmed the devastating news on his Facebook page. The message stated that the iconic artist Meat Loaf passed away tonight with his wife Deborah by his side. Meat Loaf was a big name in the music industry that sold as many as 100 million albums worldwide. Fans also saw him make a cameo appearance in notable movies like Fight Club, Wayne’s World, and the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Cher Paid Her Tribute To The Late Artist
The iconic singer was named Marvin Lee Aday but was also known by the name Michael. He later got his nickname when his father said that he looked as red as meat at birth and a high school football coach later added the loaf. This is how the unconventional name was created. Sensational singer Cher has paid her tribute to the late artist. She further recalled how much fun she had when they worked together and did Dead Ringer. Take a look at the heartfelt post.
Had So Much Fun With Meatloaf When We Did “Dead Ringer”. Am Very Sorry For His Family,Friends,& Fans. Am I imagining It, or Are Amazing Ppl In The Arts Dying every other Day⁉️
— Cher (@cher) January 21, 2022
The singer’s daughters Amanda and Pearl further appreciated all of the love and support of the fans as they move through this critical time of grief while mourning the death of such an inspiring artist and beautiful man. Meat Loaf once revealed in an interview that he had the opportunity to study opera and make a lot of money but it wasn’t for him. He admitted that he was just too crazy and rebellious for it.
Meat Loaf’s hit Track I’d Do Anything For Love went on to become the UK’s best-selling single of 1993. He even bagged a Grammy Award for the track. The singer impressed fans with his acting skills as he starred alongside Brad Pitt as bodybuilder Robert Paulsen in 1999’s box office hit Fight Club.