Bill Murray's releasing a classical album because nothing makes sense. Or maybe everything does.

Bill Murray's releasing a classical album because nothing makes sense. Or maybe everything does.

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Actor, comedian, and die-hard Cubs fan Bill Murray just found his next big project: conquering the music industry.

The New York Times reported that Murray plans to surprise fans by releasing a new musical album this summer. Will he be rapping? Singing unofficial American anthems in a Daffy Duck voice? Nope. For his musical debut, Murray will be performing classical.

Didn't see that one coming, huh?

Murray's new project is titled "New Worlds," and will feature chamber music led by cellist Jan Vogler. Throughout the album, the 66-year-old Groundhog Day star will sing songs like Stephen Foster’s "Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair," numbers from West Side Story, and perform select literary readings by Walt Whitman, Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain. Read more...

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