MEAT LOAF SIGNED GUITAR: Bat Out of Hell - Rare Framed Collectible with Beckett Authentication
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Meat Loaf Signed Guitar: An Exceptional Piece for Music Lovers
- Authentic guitar personally hand-signed by Meat Loaf, the legendary rock icon
- The frame measures at L 830mm H 1230mm W 90mm, making it an impressive display piece
- The frame comes with a custom photo of Meat Loaf as a backdrop, enhancing its visual appeal
- The frame in the photos is the actual frame for sale, not a concept
- The signed guitar is proven to be authentic, as it comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and is affixed with two holograms: one from MJB Memorabilia (serial-numbered and tamper-proof Authentication Hologram) and one from Beckett Authentication
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- The photo comes with a Database Hologram Verification Number MJB 100676 and Beckett WN 99405
- Priced at just $3995
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Seize the opportunity to own this rare and stunning piece of music memorabilia: a guitar signed by the legendary Meat Loaf, framed with a custom photo backdrop. Celebrate the enduring legacy of the iconic "Bat Out of Hell" album and the powerful voice of Meat Loaf with this beautifully framed, hand-signed guitar. With its proven authenticity and impressive presentation, this collectible is perfect for any music lover or Meat Loaf fan. Secure yours today and enjoy free shipping to any destination worldwide.
Meat Loaf: A Remarkable Journey of a Rock Icon
Born as Marvin Lee Aday on September 27, 1947, in Dallas, Texas, the artist who would later become known as Meat Loaf had a difficult upbringing. His father was an alcoholic, and his mother, a school teacher, was the primary source of support and encouragement for young Marvin. Despite the challenging environment, Meat Loaf found solace in music and acting.
Meat Loaf's career began in the late 1960s when he joined various bands and performed in local clubs. He eventually moved to Los Angeles and became part of the musical theater scene. It was during this time that he adopted the stage name Meat Loaf, a nickname given to him by his high school football coach.
In 1971, Meat Loaf made his acting debut in the Los Angeles production of the rock musical "Hair." He also appeared in the film version of the musical in 1979. His involvement in the theater world led him to collaborate with composer Jim Steinman, a partnership that would prove pivotal in his career.
"Bat Out of Hell" and International Success
In 1977, Meat Loaf released his debut album, "Bat Out of Hell," with Steinman as the primary songwriter. The album was a massive success, featuring hits like "Paradise by the Dashboard Light," "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad," and "You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth." "Bat Out of Hell" went on to become one of the best-selling albums of all time, with over 40 million copies sold worldwide.
The success of "Bat Out of Hell" propelled Meat Loaf into the spotlight as a rock icon, and he spent the following decades releasing numerous albums, including "Dead Ringer" (1981) and "Midnight at the Lost and Found" (1983).
In 1993, Meat Loaf and Steinman reunited for the critically acclaimed album "Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell," which featured the hit single "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)." The song topped charts around the world and earned Meat Loaf a Grammy Award for Best Rock Vocal Performance, Solo.
Later Career and Acting Ventures
Meat Loaf continued to record and perform throughout the 1990s and 2000s, releasing albums such as "Welcome to the Neighborhood" (1995) and "Braver Than We Are" (2016). He also ventured into acting, appearing in films like "Fight Club" (1999) and "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1975), as well as television shows like "Glee" (2010) and "Elementary" (2013).
Personal Life and Legacy
Meat Loaf married his first wife, Leslie Edmonds, in 1975, and they had a daughter named Pearl. The couple divorced in 2001, and Meat Loaf later married Deborah Gillespie in 2007.
Throughout his career, Meat Loaf has been an influential figure in the world of rock music, known for his powerful voice, theatrical stage presence, and the unforgettable collaboration with Jim Steinman. With over 100 million albums sold worldwide and a career spanning five decades, Meat Loaf's impact on the music industry is undeniable. His work has inspired countless artists, and his unique blend of rock and theater continues to resonate with fans around the world.