PHOTO | Another music legend is gone: Singer Mitt Loof has died

Mitt Loof / Instagram
Mitt Loof / Instagram

The famous American singer Mitt Low died today, world media reported. He was 74 years old.

His album "Bat Out of Hell" is one of the best sellers of all time. He is known for his legendary hit and love ballad "I'd Do Anything For Love".

The singer born under the full name Marvin Lee Adei died today, and his family was announced in the media after the sad event:

"We know how much it meant to you and we appreciate all your love and support as we go through all this grief over the loss of an inspiring artist and wonderful person."

The legendary singer's agent added that his daughters Perry and Amanda were by his side all the time and said goodbye to their father in the last 24 hours of his life.

Loof is best known for the "Bat Out of Hell" album trilogy. It is one of the best-selling albums in US history; with sales of 14 million copies.

 

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