Music veteran Meat Loaf, whose real was Marvin Lee Aday has tragically passed away at the age of 74. The singer has been in the industry for decades and had some huge hits in his illustrious career. It’s a sad day for his fans and family alike.
The singer’s manager, Michael Greene confirmed his passing on Thursday night. TMZ reported, he was supposed to attend a business dinner earlier this week for a show he was working on. However, he had to cancel the dinner as he became seriously ill with Covid. Sources told the outlet that his condition quickly deteriorated and became critical.
Meat Loaf has been actively railing with folks in Australia about recent vaccine mandates. It’s unclear as of now if he was vaccinated. Greene added, his wife and two daughters were by his bedside when he passed away.
The late singer was one of the greatest rock singers of all time. His 1977 “Bat Out of Hell” album sold an astonishing 65 million copies. The album included several hits from the artist such as “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad” which charted at #11 on Billboard.
The artist has also made appearances in a ton of movies and TV shows over the years. He appeared in movies like “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” “Spice World: The Movie” and “Fight Club” while also performing in the musical “Hair” both on and off-Broadway.
You can revisit his song, I’d Do Anything For Love as well as his appearance in the iconic movie Fight club below.
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