After his death, tributes flood social media for the ‘Bat Out of Hell’ singer


Celebrities and fans are paying tributes to Meat Loaf, the singer-actor who was whose music has been immortalized. Bat Out of HellThe album was one of the greatest-selling albums ever. Marvin Lee Aday, the singer who was larger than life, died on Thursday, January 20, at the age of 75. There were many condolences and tributes.

The death of Meat Loaf was confirmed by A post shared to his official facebook pageFriday morning, early It read, “Our hearts are broken to announce that the incomparable Meat Loaf passed away tonight surrounded by his wife Deborah, daughters Pearl and Amanda and close friends.”It went on, “We know how much he meant to so many of you and we truly appreciate all of the love and support as we move through this time of grief in losing such an inspiring artist and beautiful man. We thank you for your understanding of our need for privacy at this time. From his heart to your souls…don’t ever stop rocking!”

Meat Loaf was a Texas-born musician who was born in Dallas in 1947. He has a long and successful career that has earned him loyal fans. His 1977 debut album, Bat Out of HellThe album, which has sold more than 43 million copies around the world to date, was certified Platinum by Recording Industry of America 14 times. The album includes hits such as “You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth” “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad.”He had a successful acting career as well, appearing in films such as The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Fight Club?, Wayne’s World. Many Meat Loaf fans, collaborators, as well as fellow artists, were shocked to hear of his death. They took to social media to show their support.

‘Wondrously talented’

“Had So Much Fun With Meatloaf When We Did ‘Dead Ringer,'” singer Cher Write. “Am Very Sorry For His Family,Friends,& Fans. Am I imagining It, or Are Amazing Ppl In The Arts Dying every other Day.”



“RIP Meat Loaf,” TweetOne fan. “‘Bat Out of Hell’ is one of those albums that’s genuinely as good as its sales figures suggest. the weird ’90s follow-up is great too if you like bombast.”


‘Ridiculously talented’

“R.I.P Meatloaf. Love and prayers to all his family and close friends,” Boy George Share. “He once turned me upside down in a Chinese Restaurant in St Johns Wood.”


‘First album that I bought’

“The first album I bought, wee record shop Shettleston rd 1978,” RecalledOne person. “I carried it home like a new baby, opened the record player, took off my Donny Osmond LP, placed Meat Loaf on the turntable, dropped the needle & sat back on my single bed to let the HUGE music wave over my soul.”


“Straight 10 of 10”

“Meat Loaf was an absolute one off and Bat Out Of Hell is a straight 10 out of 10 album,” WriteSomeone else as their tribute. “The title track is an always will be my impossibly long karaoke choice. (Also, Fight Club). RIP Meat x.”


‘Thank you’

Bat Out of Hell was part of my childhood,” WriteAn additional person. “Meat clutching a silk scarf, forward-rolling on stage, him as Eddie in Rocky Horror, Cher looking like a badass in Dead Ringer for Love. We had BOOH for the ending song at Dad’s funeral and we so needed it. GNU Meat Loaf. Thank you.”


‘Very talented’

“God I loved Bat Out of Hell. Soundtrack to my youth,” TweetYou can also do it for someone else. “Sad news RIP Meatloaf. Extraordinary voice Phenomenonal character.”


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