Meat Loaf

Meat Loaf To Quit Touring

Rocker Meat Loaf is hanging up his microphone next year after announcing his next tour will be his last.

The I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That) hitmaker will kick off Meat Loaf – The Farewell Tour in the U.K. next spring by playing his hit 1977 album Bat Out of Hell in its entirety at each stop.

In a post on, the Grammy winner writes, “I know the fans will enjoy the show as much as I enjoyed putting it together.”

It is not yet known if the 65-year-old, who battled vocal issues last year, will add other locations to his trek, which will currently begin in Newcastle, England on April 5 and end in Cardiff, Wales on April 21.

The news will likely come as a surprise to fans – the artist has recently admitted he’d rather die on stage than quit performing, telling CNN, “I go out on the stage as if it’s the last thing I’ll ever do. And that’s what I’ve always said – If I’m going out, I’m going out on stage.”


Glee Boss Wants Meat Loaf and Bostwick For Rocky Hprror Revamp

Meat Loaf and Barry  Bostwick are reportedly in talks to join the cast of Glee for the show’s upcoming Rocky Horror Picture Show  tribute.
The two stars appeared in the original 1975 movie musical and reports s uggest Glee creator/director Ryan Murphy wants them as part of his TV special, alongside another Rocky star, Susan Sarandon, who admits she’s game to recreate her Janet Weiss role.
Insiders tell that rocker Meat Loaf and Barry Bostwick are negotiating roles as TV station managers who play a pivotal role in Glee’s Rocky revamp.
Bostwick played prudish Brad Majors in the original and Meat Loaf was rebel Eddie.

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