Meat Loaf is an American singer who gained popularity because of his dramatic and peculiar haunts. Died at 74. He was a musician who gained fame internationally due to his theatrical and temperamental psalms. United States’ singer Meat Loaf was born with Marvin Lee Aday. He earned his nickname Meat Loaf as a teenager because of his weight to a favorite recipe of his mother’s. On September 27, 1947, the loaf was born in Dallas, USA. His popularity increased when he joined the Los Angeles production of the musical Hair and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Later, he collaborated with Jim Steinman on a debut album in 1972 showcased his powerful voice. With worldwide sales of over 40 million copies, his Bat Out of a Hell (1977) became one of the top-selling albums in history.
Hits of his incredible career include 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). The musician shared a special bond over the years with his fans through his energetic live shows, social media, and his many televisions, radio, and film appearances, including in Fight Club and cameos on television shows Glee and South Park. Musician Marvin Lee Aday died Thursday 20, 2022, his family said in a statement. His family didn’t immediately reveal the explanation for death. Musicians, friends, and fans have reacted to death on social media.