Fred Mollin Interview: LOADS of cool stories here! Leaving school at 16 to be a musician,butting heads with Clive Davis, working with Jimmy Webb, Kris Kristofferson, Vince Gill, Chris Cornell, Mark Knopfler, Jackson Browne, WIllie Nelson, Jim Peterik… living at the Chateau Marmont, loneliness, Ernie Kovacs, baseball cards, not hanging with downers
Fred Mollin is a successful record producer and well-known film and television composer who’s worked in LA, Toronto & Nashville. Fred produced Grammy-nominated “Sometimes When we Touch” by Dan Hill… worked on successful projects with Jimmy Webb, Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Mathis, America, JD Souther, Rita Wilson, Lamont Dozier, Billy Joel, Vince Gill, Willie Nelson, Natalie Cole, Linda Rondstadt, Mark Knopfler, Chris Cornell, Jackson Brown and other popular artists. He also spent 17 years as a successful composer for television and film, with numerous solo projects as well. Fred also runs a record company, Melody Place, which has a distribution agreement in place with BMG.
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