Dead Jim Steinman, who wrote iconic hits for Bonnie Tyler, Celine Dion and Meat Loaf, is dead – making one of the world’s most popular rock records

Jim Steinman was 73 when he died.

American musician, songwriter and producer Jim Steinman is dead. He was 73 years old at the time of his death.

Steinman died of kidney failure on Monday, his brother said Bill Steinman news agency AP.

“I miss him a lot already,” Bill Steinman says In a story quoted by the BBC.

Steinman became known above all as a singer and actor Meat Loafin cooperation with the Commission. In 1977, the duo made an album together Bat Out of Hell. At first, no major record company cared about the record, but since then it has become one of the most popular rock records of all time.

Among other things, hits You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth and Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad more than 50 million copies of the album have been sold worldwide.

The lists of best-selling records often have big throws, but among other things The New York Times recallsthat Bat Out of Hell has repeatedly ended up on various lists of best-selling records together Michael Jackson Thriller as well as the Eagles Their Greatest Hits collection and Hotel Californian chest.

“There’s no other songwriter in his taxes,” Meat Loaf characterized Steinman in 2012 when he was added to the Songwriters ’Hall of Fame.

“He’s had such a big impact on my life and I learned from him so much that I would never be able to pay everything back,” Meat Loaf continued.

Steinman wrote many iconic hits such as Bonnie Tylerin songs Total Eclipse of the Heart and Holding Out For A Hero.

Listen to Total Eclipse of the Heart in the video below:

His pen was also born Barry Manilowin hit Read ‘Em And Weep and the song of the band Air Supply Making Love Out Nothing at All.

He was also involved in composing and producing Celine Dionin album Falling Into You, which won a Grammy Award in 1996.

Many artists have honored the memory of a music industry influencer on social media. Among other things, Bonnie Tyler said on Facebook that she is completely out of her mind because of her friend’s death news.

“He was a fun, kind, supportive and caring person. With his personality and work, he made the world a better place, after his death, the world is a worse place, ”Tyler wrote.

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