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Newark rocker Steve Steinman pays tribute to Meat Loaf

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A popular Newark rocker has paid tribute to music star Meat Loaf who died yesterday, aged 74.

The death of American singer and actor Meat Loaf was confirmed today (Friday) on his Facebook page by his family.

Newark-based Steve Steinman, who has a show dedicated to the star, took to his own social media to pay tribute.

Steve Steinman (50218775)
Steve Steinman (50218775)

A post on his Facebook page Steve Steinman Productions said: "A legend has died today.

"He’s been part of my life for over 40 years and he will be sadly missed.

"RIP Meat and never stop rockin."

Steve Steinman shot to fame when he won ITV talent show Stars In Their Eyes as Meat Loaf.

He now regularly tours with his show, Anything For Love: The Meat Loaf Story.

Meat Loaf's career span over six decades, during which time he sold over 100m albums worldwide.

Bat Out of Hell, remains one of the top-ten selling albums of all time.

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