A Bournemouth-based Meat Loaf tribute artist has expressed his “profound sadness” following the death of the American rock star who passed away last night.
Terry Nash, or ‘Meet Loaf,’ told BUzz: “I feel a profound sadness for Meat’s family and friends and all his fans around the world.
“I sincerely hope that all my work over the years has been accepted as a work of respect and his music.
“I am very sad at the loss of Meat and I hope his family and friends are able to manage and process their terrible loss as best they can and live their lives to the fullest.
“His music and personality will go on here and ‘where angles sing.'”
Meat Loaf Career
Meat Loaf, or Michael Lee Aday, found early success performing in a musical called Hair.
From there, he had huge success performing in The Rocky Horror Picture Show both on stage and on screen.
Whilst filming the movie, Meat Loaf produced what would become his biggest album – Bat Out of Hell.
It is the UK’s third longest charting studio album behind only Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours and Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.
Meat Loaf released 11 more studio albums including Bat Out of Hell II and Bat Out of Hell III.
The singers death was announced last night following a statement from his family on Facebook.