Meat Loaf says farewell to NI fans

Published Wednesday, 15 May 2013
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US singer Meat Loaf said goodbye to his Northern Ireland fans on Tuesday, after performing his farewell concert at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast.

Meat Loaf says farewell to NI fans
Meat Loaf said farewell to Northern Ireland on Tuesday. (© Getty)

The Last At Bat show was performed in two parts, with the first act seeing some of the iconic singer's greatest hits, including Dead Ringer for Love and If It Ain't Broke, Break It.

The second act was a dedication to Meat Loaf's most successful and best known album, Bat Out of Hell.

Delighted fans watched the 65-year-old give his trademark dramatic performances of classics such as Paradise by the Dashboard Light, You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth and the album title track, Bat Out of Hell.

The 1977 record is still one of the best selling albums of all time having sold 43 million copies to date.

Meat Loaf recently announced that this tour would be his last before he retires from the stage.

The singer, whose real name is Marvin Lee Aday, has suffered a string of health problems in the past few years.

© UTV News
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