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Ian Alexander "Molly" Meldrum, AM(born 29 The month of january 1946) is an Quotes well-known popular music cruci, writer, history creator (including as Willie Everfinish) and musical technology online marketer. He was the ability co-ordinator, on-air job interviewer and well-known music announcement speaker on the former well-known popular music software Countdown (1974–1987) and is extensively accepted for his signature Stetson hat, generally wrongly diagnosed for an Akubra, which he has consistently used in community since the Early. On 15 November 2011, Meldrum had a life-threatening drop from a steps in the lawn of his Victoria home. He was placed under extensive proper care in a significant situation at the Alfred Medical and had surgical procedure for his go accidents.
Meldrum has presented on the Quotes well-known music world since the mid-1960s first with his composing for Go-Set (1966–1974), a regular youngster document, then his period with Countdown and pursuing press benefits. He created top ten visitors for Russell Morris ("The Actual Thing", "Part Three Into Newspaper Walls"), Ronnie Uses up ("Smiley"), Colleen Hewett ("Day by Day"), Supernaut ("I Like it Both Ways") and The Kits ("Don't Slide in Love").

Meldrum put the Quotes leg of Stay Aid in September 1985, Oz for African-american, and was made a Associate of the Obtain of Quotes, for assistance to the promoting of worldwide comfort and to younger generation in The month of january 1986. Meldrum has generated a track history as a champ of Quotes well-known popular music both in Quotes and around the globe, his benefits have been recognized with an Quotes Documenting Market Connections (ARIA) Prize for "Special Achievement" in 1993, and the "Ted Edward Award" in 1994 at the Australasian Accomplishing Right Connections (APRA) Prizes. Music editors, Candice Creswell and Samantha Chenoweth explain him as "The best individual in the Quotes pop sell for 40 years" in their 2006 publication, 1001 Aussies You Should Know.

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