“I’m hoping a tour will happen.”
“We’ve been fighting to make this happen for a long, long time.”
It’s going to be in Melbourne.
They’re just trying to find their Molly Meldrum, apparently.
In the lead up to the Victorian state election, the ALP have teamed up with Australian music industry giants to launch their party’s music platform, pledging $22.2 million towards strengthening the local rock music industry. As reported by TheMusic, State Opposition leader Daniel Andrews and Shadow Minister Of Arts And Youth Affairs Martin Foley today
Ian “Molly” Meldrum‘s getting his Foxtel on, with the iconic music legend and his Akubra today announced to be joining their channel MAX as a new host, joining current presenters Jane Gazzo, Chit Chat and James Reyne. Meldrum, who was responsible for pioneering music show Countdown, will be hosting a range of programs across MAX,
Molly Meldrum did his first TV interview tonight since his accident in December last year, which saw him suffer serious head injuries, as well as broken ribs and a punctured lung.
On December 15, 2011 the iconic Molly Meldrum fell from a ladder while at his home in Richmond.
The first images of Australian music legend Molly Meldrum have emerged online. The photograph (above) was released yesterday and is the first photograph of Meldrum since he sustained a skull fracture, bruising and swelling to his brain after a fall whilst arranging Christmas decorations. In a statement released by Meldrum, he said that “Although I
Molly Meldrum is showing that he is beginning to recount things from his past, including things from his long career in TV and music. But, he still has a long way to go, while he spends his recovery at the Epworth rehabilitation ward since being released from hospital last month. Molly’s brother Brian spoke to
Audio of the frantic ‘000’ Emergency call made from Molly Meldrum’s Richmond home on the day he fell from a ladder in December last year has appeared online. News.com.au reports in the dramatic clip (from 7’s Sunday Night show), a woman is heard telling the operator, “The patient is Ian ‘Molly’ Meldrum, he’s fallen off
Molly Meldrum is finally well enough to leave hospital after just over a month of treatment at the Alfred Hospital. He was transferred out by his brother Brian, and will still have rehabilitation for post traumatic amnesia. Molly’s brother, Brian Meldrum spoke to Triple M Melbourne’s Hot Breakfast this morning saying: “That’s [what happens] when
Australian music industry icon Ian ‘Molly’ Meldrum’s recovery is rolling along, with a move soon from hospital to a rehabilitation centre. Molly’s spokesperson and brother Brian Meldrum released the following statement last night: “Doctors said today they were pleased with the progress being made by Molly Meldrum, and that he was moving closer to being
Molly Meldrum has spent his New Year’s Day recovering from spinal surgery at The Alfred Hospital after surgeons performed a procedure, known as fixation surgery, to mend vertebrae fractured after his fall from his roof mid last month. They had to wait until his head trauma and rib injuries had stabilised before investigating the seriousness
Molly Meldrum was taken off life support on Christmas Day and is now awake and communicating. Doctors at Alfred Hospital have taken Meldrum off the ventilator and he is in a serious but stable condition. Molly’s brother, Brian Meldrum, told the Herald Sun it was the perfect Christmas present for the family:
Doctors are now happy enough with Molly Meldrum’s condition to perform the extra surgery needed to repair a broken collar bone and ribs that were sustained with his head injuries almost 7 days ago. His condition was downgraded to “serious but stable” after tests from doctors led to his sedation level being reduced, and he
Molly Meldrum has attempted to open his eyes for the first time since being put in an induced coma, after nearly falling from his death at his home in Melbourne. Speaking with news.com.au, the 65-year-old Meldrum’s manager, Mark Klemens, said doctors at The Alfred hospital in Melbourne had reduced his sedation levels yesterday before asking
Molly Meldrum remains in an induced coma at the Alfred hospital in Melbourne today and the good news is that there have been no signs of deterioration today. His doctors are confident that he will recover and believe that the most critical period is now over, but he may remain in a coma for a