Meat Loaf’s Daughters Shared a Video Dedicated to The Anniversary of His Death


To mark the anniversary of Meatloaf’s death, his daughters shared a 35-minute video.

Taking to Instagram to announce the video, Pearl and Amanda Adey explained that the retrospective presents “career highlights and personal moments from our personal archives that have not been shared before.”

“Today marks a year since we last said goodbye to my father. To honor the memory of Dad and you, his global community of friends and fans, we want to share with you a short film that we shot together with our great friend and brilliant director Jack Bennett,” Pearl and Amanda Adey said in a statement.

“This is a celebration of my father’s life and legacy, recognition of the person he was on and off the stage. Not only a performer, but also a boss, mentor, friend, husband, godfather, grandfather “Papa Meat” and father.

They continued: “The dad who gave us love and generosity, who taught us and teased us. Dad, who laughed and cried with us, taught us how to catch a ball and ride a bike, celebrated our victories and picked us up when we fell. A man who was a big kid himself. A man who taught us perseverance and the value of respect. Our dad. The person we miss every day.”

The post ended with the couple writing: “We thank you for congratulating the pope, and we thank you for loving him with us. We hope that you will cry with us and laugh with us, and then, we hope that you will blow up your favorite Meat Loaf songs and sing along as loudly as you can. He’s definitely listening.”


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The full video can be viewed on the special Meatloaf celebration website.

The rock star, whose real name is Marvin Lee Adey, died on January 21, 2022 at the age of 74.

After his death, an outpouring of tribute followed. His “Fight Club” co-star Ed Norton called him a “sweet soul.” He was so funny. And gentle. And warm to everyone.” Jack Black thanked him “for rocking so hard”

Fellow theater rock Alice Cooper called Meat Loaf “one of the greatest voices in rock and roll,” and Brian May of Queen said that Meat Loaf “felt like a brother.”


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