Some of the biggest names in rock are paying tribute to Meat Loaf, after hearing of the legendary singer’s death at the age of 74.
Queen’s Brian May wrote: “Always full of madness, with the innocent sense of naughtiness of a 5-year old, Meat was forever young.”
Scorpions: “a hard-rocking Icon with a wonderful Voice who will be missed greatly.”
Adam Lambert: “A gentle-hearted powerhouse rockstar forever and ever.”
A gentle hearted powerhouse rockstar forever and ever. You were so kind. Your music will always be iconic. I’m sure you’re singing concerts in the great beyond. Rest In Peace sir. #MeatLoafRIP #Meatloaf pic.twitter.com/9twdJcOeP1
— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) January 21, 2022
Living Colour’s Vernon Reid: “A complete original. Meatloaf was the exact opposite of what “success” in Rock & Roll was SUPPOSED to look like.”
A complete original. Meatloaf was the exact opposite of what “success” in Rock & Roll was SUPPOSED to look like.The Anti-Plant. He WORKED being a Mystery Date “Dud” into the “100 Million Sold” that’s the ONLY reason he’s relevant to the Fancy Folk pretending to love him now.
— Vernon Reid (@vurnt22) January 21, 2022
Disturbed’s David Draiman: “Damn it. That’s quite enough 2022.”
What’s the most iconic Meat Loaf moment in your opinion?