Meat Loaf attend a German Festival (1981)

December 19, 1981 - Meat Loaf together with Pamela Moore (voc), Davey Johnstone (voc), Mark Doyle (g), Steve Buslowe (b), Terry Williams (d), Paul Jacobs (p), George Meyer (kb) and Ted Neeley & Eric Troyer (bck voc) will be on stage at Westfalenhalle in Dortmund, Germany

Meat Loaf ‘Do Anything For Love’ in Florida (1993)

November 14, 1993 - the "Everything Louder" tour by Meat Loaf - that is Michael "Meat Loaf" Aday (voc), Patti Russo (voc), Pat Thrall (g), Kasim Sulton (g, b), Steve Buslowe (b), John Miceli (d), Mark Alexander (p) - stops at Sunrise Musical Theater in Orlando,

Meat Loaf serenades NYC (1995)

October 23, 1995 - Meat Loaf will be on stage to promote his upcoming 1996 tour - and it will be taped for television - at the Beacon Theater in New-York City

Meat Loaf releases his debut album fully written by Jim Steinman : ‘Bat Out Of Hell’ (1977)

Meat Loaf's 'Bat Out of Hell' is his debut studio album fully written by Jim Steinman, produced by Todd Rundgren and released on October 21, 1977 by Cleveland International/Epic Records1 . Bat Out Of Hell 2 . Bat Out Of Hell (Live) 3 . You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth ("Hot Summer Night") 4 . Heaven Can Wait (Holland, 1994) 5 . Heaven Can Wait 6 . All Revved Up With No Place To Go…

Meat Loaf perform in London (2006)

October 16, 2006 - Meat Loaf will present their "Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose" album that drops in four days at Royal Albert Hall in London

Meat Loaf rocks Sydney, Australia (2011)

October 12, 2011 - the "Guilty Pleasure" tour with Meat Loaf backed by Paul Crook (g), Randy Flowers (g), Danny Miranda (b), John Miceli (d), Ginny Luke (viol), Justin Avery (p), David Luther (s, kb) and Patti Russo (voc) stops at Entertainment Center in Sydney, Australia

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