Meat Loaf says 'Bat Out of Hell: The Musical' is unlike any show you'll ever see

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Everyone can recognize Meat Loaf’s song “I’d Do Anything for Love”—it’s a song that reached number one in 28 countries and won the Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. 

Now a new version of the classic song can be heard in a musical based on Meat Loaf’s Bat Out of Hell trilogy that’s set to open in Toronto this fall. 

The Bat Out of Hell album was released in 1977, making this year the 40th anniversary since it’s release. It’s one of only 11 albums to reach Double Diamond status in Canada and it still sells 200,000 copies annually. Since the music is still so popular, it only makes sense that it would be turned into a musical.

Meat Loaf and the musical’s actors, Andrew Polec and Christina Bennington, sat down with Cynthia and Melissa to tell us what we can expect from the highly-anticipated show. And according to Meat Loaf, you're not gonna want to miss it. You can watch their chat in the above video clip.

Bat Out of Hell: The Musical will be coming to Toronto in October. Tickets go on sale May 24th at
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