Nationally syndicated radio host LOU BRUTUS has released the epic musical story of his chance meeting with one of the planet's most elusive humans. It's entitled "ME AND BILL MURRAY."
The cut is available as of Friday October 23, 2015 from iTunes and the video can be seen on the LOU BRUTUS YouTube channel.This black and white video was done as one continuous shot with Brutus on camera using nothing but hand-lettered and illustrated cards to further the storytelling.
Of the song BRUTUS says, "Meeting Bill Murray is like seeing a UFO. If you tell people about what happened, they'll think you're a crackpot. Bill lets you know to expect that, so it's all good. I just want to tell the story. Whether or not listeners believe it happened to me or not is totally up to them. It just doesn't matter, it just doesn't matter, it just doesn't matter."
BRUTUS is encouraging the public to tell their own BILL MURRAY stories on social media using the hash tag #MeAndBillMurray. Lou explains, "By using social media to document Random Acts of Murray, we can bring more of these rare occurrences to light and improve mankind's future."
Geoff Gaylord walked into a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and confessed to his crime: he had repeatedly stabbed his friend "Mr. Happy" with a kitchen knife, cut up Mr. Happy with a hatchet, and buried him in his backyard. Let me remind you again that this occurred in Florida, so perhaps it should come as a surprise to no one.
Gaylord and Mr. Happy were friends for seven years but, according to Gaylord, he killed him for a few reasons:
"He left his empty vodka bottles all over the kitchen... never picked up his empty cocaine baggies...He messed up my apartment to the point where I just couldn't get it clean...Before Hap started doing drugs and acting weird he was my BFF...We'd go dancing, play on the children's park equipment, both huge fans of doom metal – listened to it for hours with the lights turned off."
When Mr. Happy crashed Gaylord's car, and Gaylord got arrested instead, Gaylord had had enough.
"That drunk driving incident I got unfairly blamed for and just how messy he had become put me over the edge and I murdered him."
Gaylord was eventually taken into custody when he threatened police for not giving him the death penalty. Police found drug paraphernalia and a machine gun in Gaylord's house, and was booked on multiple charges.