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St. Louis Post-Dispatch

‘Bat’ tribute show keeps music of Meat Loaf alive

Singer and actor Meat Loaf died in January, but his music is alive and well thanks to “Bat: The Music of Meat Loaf,” a tribute show that features his actual band, the Neverland Express. Caleb Johnson, who won Season 13 of “American Idol” before embarking on his own singing career, is the one tapped to sing those famous songs, and his participation was also given the thumbs-up by Meat Loaf himself.
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Howard Stern says Meat Loaf was in a “weird f*cking cult… and now he’s dead”

Radio host Howard Stern thinks the legendary singer was caught up in the anti-vax movement, leading to his death. The legendary singer, Meat Loaf tragically lost his life recently at the age of 74 and while there has been no official cause of death announced, TMZ reported that he succumbed to COVID-19. Now, on his own radio show, Howard Stern said “Meat Loaf got sucked into some weird f**king cult.”
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northwestgeorgianews.com

Theodore Decker: Ohio carpenters who met Meat Loaf in New York prove it's a small world

It is a small world, so I guess I shouldn't have been surprised when Gary Porteus contacted me this week. On Sunday I shared a story about Meat Loaf, the classic rock legend who died last week at the age of 74. It was a story I had always wanted to share, and upon hearing of his death I realized that the time had come, even if there was nothing tying the tale to central Ohio.
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Tri-City Herald

Howard Stern says Meat Loaf was sucked into cult, urges family to speak about vaccines

SiriusXM radio host Howard Stern is calling on the family of Meat Loaf to encourage COVID vaccines after the singer and actor’s death. Meat Loaf, whose real name was Marvin Lee Aday, died last week at 74 years old. Though his family has not commented on his cause of death, TMZ reported he was “seriously ill” with COVID-19 before he died.
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