The line-up for our fictional accountancy-related music festival ‘The Big Quill’ is growing. Via our blog we hear from John Hunter, who proposes colleague Sheila Henderson ‘Shetland’s country superstar’ with a highly acclaimed album Waiting for Venus. Not content with celebrity status on a remote Scottish island, she has taken time out from her musical career to sit and pass her ACCA finals.
But looking to headline the gig is our favourite suggestion so far from Feroze Dada of London firm Freeman & Partners. The three-piece band features an FCA, a chartered tax adviser and a tax solicitor. Feroze was sparing with the details, but we suspect the band has a punk-ish slant. Its name? ‘The Tax Pistols’. Genius.
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