Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 16 September 2014

Win tickets to see Meat Loaf at the Odyssey in "tomorrows Sunday Life"

American Singer Meatloaf on stage at the Kings Hall.  20/8/1999
American Singer Meatloaf on stage at the Kings Hall. 20/8/1999
American Singer Meatloaf on stage at the Kings Hall.  20/8/1999
American Singer Meatloaf on stage at the Kings Hall. 20/8/1999
Cancelled gig: Meatloaf won't be playing at the Odyssey this month
Cancelled gig: Meatloaf won't be playing at the Odyssey this month

More than 35 years after he released Bat Out of Hell, Meat Loaf is giving up life on the road, but retirement? He won’t do that!

While his Last At Bat tour, which arrives in Belfast on May 14, will be his final one, he reveals in this week's Sunday Life that he has a litany of projects coming up including two new albums, a Las Vegas stage show, a Meat Loaf Rocks the Paranormal ghosthunting TV series and more movie roles.

In an exclusive interview with Sunday Life in his London hotel suite, the 65-year-old actor and singer reveals:

*Why he is quitting touring

*His health woes

*His plans for the coming years

*His anger at some his critics

*Memories of gigging in Northern Ireland.

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