A show celebrating the music of Meat Loaf is coming to Liverpool this October 7 to celebrate his life and legacy.
The music world was saddened earlier this year after the tragic death of Meat Loaf in January. Now Steve Steinman, in his 30th year touring the music of Meat Loaf, brings “Anything For Love” to life.
With over 2,000 performances and more than a million tickets sold worldwide, Steinman has come a long way since appearing as Meat Loaf on ITV’s hit TV show Stars In Their Eyes in 1993.
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Since then he has toured the world on the hit show ‘The Meat Loaf Story’ and performed at iconic venues including Sun City, South Africa and the London Palladium.
Steve said: “Meat Loaf’s music is very special to me. We were all saddened by his sudden death, but he left a legacy that will live forever through his music.
“He was an incredibly talented musician and performer and I’m honored to be able to celebrate that with my show. It’s a celebration of Meat Loaf and the amazing songs he brought to the world. I can’t wait to get on stage and interpret these successes.
The Bad For Good Rock Orchestra will accompany Steve on stage as they perform classic Meat Loaf hits including Anything for Love, Bat Out Of Hell, Paradise By The Dashboard Light, Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth, Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad, Dead Ringer For Love and more.
Tickets are on sale now for £41.45 on Ticketmaster here. They are also available on the M&S Bank Arena website for £42.75 here.
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