After a serious illness, ‘Bat Out of Hell’ Rock Legend Meat Loaf is dead at 74


Meat Loaf is a rock icon of 74 years who made her debut in 1977. “Bat Out of Hell”He was one of the most popular albums of all-time, and he died Thursday, surrounded by his family.

He was buried in the Nashville hospital where he had lived. His wife Deborah and their two daughters were with him. The family stated that they were at his side and released a statement. “hearts are broken.”

Classic movies also feature Meat Loaf, which includes “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” “Wayne’s World” “Fight Club.” 

He had an incredible meltdown in 2011 “Celebrity Apprentice”Gary Busey in a face off

Meat Loaf was an outspoken critic of vaccine and mask mandates and was recently quoted as saying, “If I die, I die, but I’m not going to be controlled.”

“He was kind of tired of the restrictions with COVID,” Scott Mervis, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette music critic, told Inside Edition. “He said that he had to go on a plane. He was wearing an N95 mask and it was so uncomfortable and a nuisance and how the flight attendants were just real strict about keeping the masks on.”

Last week Meat Loaf’s daughter, Pearl, revealed on social media that several of her family members had tested positive for COVID-19, however she did not reveal any names.

“Positive but doing OK,” she wrote. “They’re all vaxxed, otherwise they’d be way worse.”

In recent years, Meat Loaf was in failing health.  

“This is not the life of Riley, let me tell you. I get to go to bed and I get to come and sit in this chair,” he said in a video.

He suffered from skin cancer, a rare heart condition and asthma. In 2016, he collapsed on stage.

His family posted a final message from him for his fans: “From his heart to your souls — don’t ever stop rocking.”

At the time of his death, Meat Loaf was working on a reality show based on his hit song “I’d Do Anything for Love.”