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It looks like TS has opened up a veritable Pandora’s Box after highlighting the exploits of a couple of bands that boast accountants among the line-up.

You guys really do rock, it seems. Following our punk popster and 80s rockers, we now have a little bit of soul coming our way.

Katy Bayliss at Horwath Clark Whitehill tells us that her band, Soul Trader, features a chartered accountant with his own firm as lead singer, herself as an ACCA finalist on sax, a manager in an accounts office playing guitar and a drummer who also works for a finance company.

That’s a pretty impressive line-up, but we still reckon that there must be at least one all-accountant band out there to finish our fantasy festival ‘The Big Quill’ as headline act.

If we hear of some senior partners involved we may be forced to consider putting this event on for real.

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