In addition to preparing for his Las Vegas show, Meat Loaf is also working on a new album.
The singer tells UltimateClassicRock.com he has three tracks recorded for the project, and he'll be teaming up with his "Bat Out Of Hell" producer Jim Steinman on "a couple of things."
Meat says one song, which will open the album, will feature Ellen Foley, Karla DeVito, and either Bonnie Tyler or Lorraine Crosby - who's featured on Meat's 1993 hit "Anything For Love."
The rocker adds that he's hoping to release the disc, titled Brave & Crazy, next September.
Later this month Meat will kick off his Las Vegas show, "RockTellz and Cocktails." The show will begin a six-week run at Planet Hollywood on September 26th.
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