Steve Steinman has come a long way since his appearance as Meat Loaf on ITV's hit TV show 'Stars in Their Eyes' back in 1993.
His journey can only be described as remarkable. For the past 21 years Steinman has constantly toured with his hit show 'The Meat Loaf Story' which he produced.
His journey has taken him all over the world playing in some of the most iconic venues such as Sun City in South Africa and the London Palladium, which Steinman rates as one of his all-time achievements.
Whilst on a trip to Vegas a chance meeting with Paul Crook (Meat Loafs guitar player) led to a bizarre evening, on their way to dinner Steinman and Patti Russo (Meat Loafs leading lady) blasted out the duet Paradise by The Dash Board Light in the car! Which Steinman recalls as a great memory. Steinman has some great stories from his past twenty-one years of touring and he's now recognised as the creator and singing force behind the Rocktastic Musical "Vampires Rock" which has also had incredible success all over the world.
As Steve was getting the recognition for being a great producer and performer he caught the interest of the legendary actress and singer Toyah Willcox who joined the cast of Vampires Rock for two tours prior to that Steinman was joined by Rock guitarist Eddie Ojeda of US rock band Twisted Sister.
With over two million people seeing Steve Steinman perform it doesn't look like he is ready to slow down any time soon with his 'Meat Loaf Story' tour about to hit the stage, Steinman has pulled out all the stops for his latest production. You can expect nothing but pure Meat Loaf music combined with incredible stage sets, a cast of singers and dancers and Steve's own Band the Lost Boys and not forgetting Steve's well known sense of humour.
Steinman will perform all of the hits from Meat Loaf's record breaking album including Paradise by the Dashboard Light, Took the Words Right out of My Mouth, Bat Out of Hell as well as dueting on the Grammy award-winning hit song I Would Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That).
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