Michael Lee Aday - known by his stage name, Meat Loaf - is moving to a newly built home near Austin, Texas, according to Relocation.com. The new house, which cost nearly $1.5 million, according to the news source, is a homecoming of sorts for the hard rocker, who was born in Texas.
Moving out of state from his California home, Aday will likely need a caravan of relocation movers to transport his awards and gold record memorabilia - his album "Bat Out of Hell" has sold more than 43 million copies.
Even with all the Grammy awards and other prizes, it might be hard for Aday and his wife, Deborah Gillespie, to fill the new home, which has 5,200 square feet of living space. The property also holds a resort-style swimming pool and an outdoor grilling area, according to the news source.
Aday is not only a well-decorated musician, but an actor as well - starring, perhaps most notably, in the movie "Fight Club."
Even though it is a return to his childhood state, Aday will likely have his hands full relocating his belongings from California. In situations like this, the assistance of a professional household moving company can help make the move as relaxed as possible - meaning he might not need to leave California like a bat out of hell.