4/3/13- Meat Loaf's final tour

todayApril 3, 2013


Meat Loaf said late last year that he was touring as a final goodbye to his fans with “The Last Bat Tour.” Some took him seriously while some thought it was a bit of grandstanding. The singer confirmed his original stance recently said, “This is really it. I just don’t want to travel anymore. I outweigh Mick Jagger by about 100 pounds and that counts for something. He hasn’t seen the wear and tear.”
Of course, it’s the smart person who leaves just a little room for the future. Meat said there was always the possibility of becoming yet another performer to make the Las Vegas stage their home.

Written by: Barry Scott

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