Meat Loaf is back in Las Vegas. The rocker is kicking off another run of his "RockTellz & CockTails" show at Planet Hollywood Thursday night. He says his show is packed with hits mixed with a bit of standup and with moments where he plays different characters and interacts with the audience.
Meat tells Fox411 he does his best to sing everyone's favorites, but admits that's "impossible," because "everybody wants a different song." But he says he has no problem singing the hits.
The singer adds that he's performed "Bat Out Of Hell" and "Paradise By The Dashboard Light" in every show he's ever given since 1977 -- and "it's like the first time" every time. But Meat confesses there is one song he always dreads performing. He says it's "like being attacked by vampires" when his band launches into "Anything For Love," because that song was such a huge international hit that the pressure to deliver "is immense."
Meat Loaf will give a total of 24 "RockTellz & CockTails" shows over the next two months. He's scheduled to perform on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays through April 8th. More information is available at www.PlanetHollywoodResort.com.
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