The line "Bill Murray stepped back from the microphone and closed his eyes in bliss" has probably been written or contemplated before.
Bill Murray, the man who once sang "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" in the style of Daffy Duck, is gearing up to release an album of classical music.
Not just some silly stunt, New Worlds has been brewing since early 2013 when Murray and Vogler met on a flight from Berlin to NY. The chamber music ensemble includes Mira Wang on violin and Vanessa Perez on piano, playing Schubert, Bach, and Piazzolla.
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The project dates back to early 2013, when Vogler and Murray were sitting across from each other on a flight from Berlin to NY. The album is expected to release in August this year.
For the project, which has been in the works since 2013, Murray sings songs like Stephen Foster's "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" and tunes from "West Side Story".
From there, he'll embark on a North American tour that lands in Toronto on October 13. So there's a pretty decent chance you'll be able to go watch all of this unfold live, on stage.
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Check out Bill's singing chops as he was joined with Miley Cyrus for his Netflix special - A Very Murray Christmas.
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