Classic rockers the Doobie Brothers are “Takin’ It To The Streets” in a potential legal fight with Bill Murray.
The band has accused the comedy star of using its music without permission in ads for his golf apparel line in a legal letter obtained by Page Six that’s more amusing than any of Murray’s recent films.
The band’s LA power attorney Peter Paterno threatens legal action while also managing to quote from “Caddyshack,” insult “Garfield” and slam Murray’s golf gear as “so damn ugly.”
The letter alleges that Murray’s brand, William Murray, has been using the Doobies’ song, “Listen to the Music” in ads for shirts without paying up. “It’s a fine song,” the letter to Murray reads...Read More