RockTellz & CockTails presents Meat Loaf
One of rock 'n' roll's most gifted artists, Meat Loaf is once again offering fans of his music and acting a rare, stripped down deconstruction of his 47-year music, stage and film career.Best known for his powerful rock ballads "I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)" and "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad," Meat Loaf captivates his audience with his engaging stage presence. "I had so much fun doing the show in the fall, I couldn't wait to extend my time in Vegas when they asked me to," Meat said of SPI Entertainment, producer of the RockTellz & CockTails concert series. "For me, the show is more than just another concert because the RockTellz & CockTails format allows me to add something different. I'm able to bring together music, acting and theater and do things you can't normally do when you're on the road. I get to have a lot of fun and it definitely shows."With a live band, dancers and back-up singers, Meat and his iconic red scarf gives the audience a special treat when he takes their questions on his career. Using a tablet, he illustrates his life story with personal photos. A video montage highlights his film career.Performances include "I Would Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That), "Paradise by the Dashboard Light," "Dead Ringer for Love," "Bat Out of Hell" and "Hot Patootie Bless My Soul," which Meat performs in sync with a video of his character "Eddie" in the cult classic, "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."Meat Loaf first rose to fame in 1977 with the release of "Bat Out Of Hell," the first in an operatic album trilogy. His earliest memorable film role was in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." Since then, he has had roles in dozens of films and TV shows, including "Snitch," "Fight Club," "Monk," "Wayne's World" and "Tales from the Crypt."RockTellz & CockTails brings back the intimate, artist-centric shows that helped put the Las Vegas Strip on the map.