Touring behind his 12th full-length studio album Hell in a Handbasket
, Meat Loaf will no doubt be serving up plenty of his passionate vocals and iconic heavy-duty rock at L.A.'s legendary Wiltern. The singer-actor first exploded onto the scene in 1977 with his monster Bat Out of Hell
album. With more than 43 million copies sold to date, it's one of the world's five top-selling records of all time. He also won a Grammy for his performance of "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)," recently featured in the hit movie The Vow,
while another of his hit singles, "Paradise by the Dashboard Light," was the song that won nationals for TV's Glee
kids. A true pop-culture icon, Meat Loaf has continued to record and tour over the years, while also appearing in dozens of television shows and movies, including coming close to the finals on 2011's Celebrity Apprentice
. He calls this latest disc the "most personal" he's ever made, and joining him onstage will be his longtime band, the Neverland Express, as well as his daughter, Pearl Aday, who'll be the opening act with her own high-powered rock band, Pearl.
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