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Entertainment The Doobie Brothers Threaten To Sue Bill Murray For Using Their Song In Ad For His ‘Ugly’ Golf Shirts

02:17  25 september  2020
02:17  25 september  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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The Doobie Brothers claim actor Bill Murray has been using one of their songs without permission to sell " ugly " golf shirts and they want the actor to pay up.

The lawyers for the Doobie Brothers are threatening to sue Bill Murray for using one of the band’s songs without permission in ads for the actor’s line of golf “We understand that you’re running other ads using music from other of our clients. It seems like the only person who uses our clients’ music

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The Doobie Brothers are coming after Bill Murray.

The iconic music group penned a letter to the actor, 70, after he used their track "Listen To The Music" in an ad for his "Zero Hucks Given" golf polo without their permission.

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In docs obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, the group's attorney Peter Paterno playfully scolds Murray, writing, "We'd almost be okay with it if the shirts weren't so damn ugly."

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The Doobie Brothers claim actor Bill Murray has been using one of their songs without In a Wednesday letter to Murray and William Murray Golf — owned by the actor and his brothers — the The letter goes on to cite the US Copyright Act, and says Murray should “already know you can’t use music in ads without paying for it.” Murray and his brothers launched their company in 2017.

The Doobie Brothers song "Listen to the Music" has been used in Bill Murray 's Zero Hucks Given shirt commercials. The company was started by Murray and his brothers , who have also been using other classic rock songs in their commercials without permission. In Peter T. Paterno's original letter

“Dear Mr. Murray,” the letter begins. "We’re writing on behalf of our clients, the Doobie Brothers. The Doobie Brothers performed and recorded the song ‘Listen To The Music’, which Tom Johnston of the Doobie Brothers wrote. It’s a fine song. I know you agree because you keep using it in ads for you ‘Zero Hucks Given’ golf shirts. However, given that you haven’t paid to use it, maybe you should change the company name to ‘Zero Bucks Given’.”

They add, “It seems like the only person who uses our clients’ music without permission more than you is Donald Trump.”

Read the full letter below:

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Murray has yet to address the letter publicly.

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