You might think Meat Loaf had been absent from the television airwaves lately for any number of reasons — like, say, the fact that his music appeals mainly to an older crowd, or the fact that he hasn’t had a hit single since 1995, or maybe even the complete mental breakdown he suffered the last time he starred on a reality show. But no: According to Mr. Loaf, TV programmers don’t like him because
Meat Loaf has revealed that he has seen — and talked to — ghosts several times in his life. “I’ve seen them, I’ve been around them,” he explains. “Some are just energy left behind, and some are intelligent.”
Meat Loaf is a man of his word. This summer, the former ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ star promised three new albums to commemorate his 40th anniversary of his career, and so far, he’s delivering, with the first, ‘Hell in a Handbasket,’ slated for a March 13 release.
Call it paradise by the Christmas lights.
Big-voiced rock icon Meat Loaf has announced plans for a holiday album — and in his typically over-the-top style, he’s going all out. Why settle for a quiet night of carols when you can sing along with some of country’s biggest stars?