KPMG don't do things by halves, or even doubles - when KPMG media partner David Murrell decided to leave after 31 years with the firm, he decided to do it in threes, with a series of parties at the wine bar he jointly owns. On Tuesday night he wowed his new employers, international executive search and recruitment firm GKR where he starts as information, communication and entertainment (ICE) partner in January, with a lavish party at London's City Golf Club including a set from evergreen popsters Hot Chocolate. Last week it was the turn of KPMG partners and friends who rocked the night away to Seventies fox Suzi Quatro. Next week the firm's marketing staff past and present will boogie to the sounds of Bootleg Abba. David, who founded KPMG's ICE practice in 1984, gave a rousing introduction to Hot Chocolate. Wild excitement ensued when, in the middle of the set, a member of KPMG's media relations team was handed the microphone by lead singer Greg Bannis - sadly Errol Brown was not around - and gave a word-perfect chorus of the band's 1980 hit, No Doubt About It - unfortunately in the middle of an entirely different song, Everyone's A Winner. Maybe it was the champagne.
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