Steve Steinman to release his latest single, ‘Everything They Said Was True’

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The music world was in shock earlier this year following the death of rock legend, Meat Loaf.

Steve Steinman - Everything They Said Was TrueSteve Steinman is now in his 30th year of touring the music of Meat Loaf, and he’s about to release a new single in May 2022 that was written for the Bat Out of Hell singer.

In 1982, legendary singer-songwriter John Parr worked with his close friend and collaborator Meat Loaf on Meat’s album ‘Blind Before I Stop’.

Parr is known for his Grammy-nominated hit song ‘St Elmo’s Fire’ and his duet with Meat Loaf on the US hit track ‘Rock n Roll Mercenaries’.

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Everything They Said Was True

Whilst together they wrote a track called ‘Everything They Said Was True’, it was never recorded by Meat, but upon hearing Steve Steinman’s No.1 album ‘Leap Of Faith’ during the 2020 lockdown, both John and Meat knew they had found a home for the song close to 40 years after its conception. With their blessing, Steve recorded the ‘lost song’ and will be releasing it on 6 May 2022.


It’s no coincidence that Steve Steinman was given the song. Since his appearance on ITV’s Stars In Their Eyes nearly 30 years ago, where he performed as Meat Loaf, Steve has progressed to a massively successful career touring across the globe with Rock Musicals Vampires Rock and the critically acclaimed Anything For Love – The Meat Loaf Story.

As he approaches his fourth decade of touring, he boasts over 3000 shows, with around 7 million tickets sold and over a million YouTube views.

Steve said: “It’s a dream to be working with John Parr and made all the more special after Meat Loaf’s recent passing. I am honoured that they both gave me their blessings to record it. It’s the song Meat never got to sing…and he gave it to me!

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