‘Australia loved him’: Legendary Meat Loaf remembered
Legendary musician Michael Lee Aday, better known as Meat Loaf, is being remembered for his great achievements.
The rock and roll legend died following a reported battle with COVID-19.
His 1977 album Bat Out Of Hell is the highest-selling in Australian history.
He was an outspoken critic of vaccine mandates, famously saying “if I die, I die”.
Entertainment reporter Peter Ford told Ben Fordham “it’s a sad legacy”.
“He’s probably the biggest name star to die as a result of coronavirus or complications with coronavirus.”
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