Meatloaf down, but not Out after Collapse during Pittsburgh Concert

Meatloaf down, but not Out after Collapse during Pittsburgh Concert

CFN  – Michael Lee Aday, better known as the singer Meatloaf collapsed on stage due to an asthma attack in Pittsburgh.  Midway through his hit “I’d do anything for love” the 63 year old legend and baseball fan collapsed on stage for nearly ten minutes before being revived and finishing the show for his fans.

This wasn’t the first time Meatloaf encountered an issue while touring.   At an Ottawa concert during the Bat Out of Hell concert he broke his leg which resulted in him appearing in a wheel chair for later concerts.

A true Rock and Roll survivor the fans got a fright and their monies worth.   It’s reported that he’s recovering and getting ready for his next concert.

Down but not out in Pittsburgh

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ef1HD-O9arI&feature=player_embedded

Bat Out of Hell has sold over 43 million copies and has never left the UK music charts.   The singer also has over 50 film and television credits including Eddie in The Rocky Horror Picture Show and as himself on The Celebrity Apprentice.

For more on Meat Loaf you can visit his official site.

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