Wakefield born musician Bill Nelson will return to his home city for a special fundraising gig.
The influential guitarist is best known for being the leader of Be-Bop Deluxe during the 1970s.
He will play at The Hepworth Wakefield’s new contemporary art space, The Calder, which has been transformed from a former textile mill.
The gig will form part of The Calder’s opening programme of events and include a screening of Mr Nelson’s film Memory Codex, which looks back at Wakefield during the 1950s and 1960s.
The performance will raise money for a project to renovate former city centre music venue Unity Hall, where Be-Bop Deluxe once played.
Mr Nelson’s solo concert will take place on Friday, September 20.
And to get you in the mood, we have shared a clip of him in action.