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Bill Murray gets legal threat from Doobie Brothers' attorney over golf shirt ads
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Bill Murray is taking some heat from the Doobie Brothers.
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The 70-year-old actor's golf apparel company William Murray Golf has allegedly been using the rock group's song "Listen to the Music" to advertise shirts without paying proper licensing fees, the Doobie Brothers' attorney claims.
The Hollywood Reporter obtained an email from the band's attorney Peter Paterno sent to the "Ghostbusters" star on Wednesday in which he addresses the use of the music.
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The attorney greeted the star and said he was writing in regard to the Tom Johnston-penned "Listen to the Music."