Bill Murray makes fans’ concert dreams come true


​Bill Murray ​was back to being, well, Bill Murray as he bought​ up and then doled out ​​tickets for fans waiting in line at a South Carolina concert, according to a report Tuesday.

​The ​”​Caddyshack” ​cutup plunked down cash for all of the remaining tickets to a performance by country star Chris Stapleton’s former band The Steeldrivers at the Charleston Music Hall​, ​Thursday night, according to the music blog savingcountrymusic.com.

Fans’ mouths hung open as he passed them out in a random act of kindness, according to the local station Live 5 News.

“He went up to everyone in line waiting to buy tickets at the box office and gave them all tickets,” said fan Adam Gloeckler, who snapped a photo of Murray in do-gooder mode.

“It is something that everyone who experienced it will never forget,” Gloeckler gushed.“If only everyone in the world was like Bill Murray!”

​The “Groundhog Day” star, who lives part-time in Charleston, has a history of doing nice things for strangers, including buying Major League Baseball tickets for a woman last year and posing with a random couple for their engagement photos.

The SteelDrivers, which plays bluegrass, were nominated for a Grammy in 2009.



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