Michael, Elvis Costello and Tom Jones will lead a
star-studded tribute to Linda McCartney at London's
Royal Albert Hall next month.
Sinead O'Connor, Des'ree and M
People singer Heather Small will also appear - but Sir
Paul is not sure if he will be able to play at the show,
organised by The Pretenders singer Chrissie Hynde.
The show, on 10 April, is a few
days from the first anniversary of Linda's death at the
age of 56 from breast cancer.
Tickets for Here, There and
Everywhere - A Concert For Linda go on sale on Friday
and proceeds will go to her favourite animal charities.
Hynde said: "This is the
show that Linda, myself and our friends talked about
"It was Carla Lane who
suggested we finally do it now, for Linda. We hope this
show will reflect something of Linda's personality and
her upbeat sense of humour."
Other acts to appear will
include soul singer Lynden David Hall, Smiths guitarist
Johnny Marr, Neil Finn, Marianne Faithfull and Ladysmith
Compered by Eddie Izzard, the
show will be broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on 17 April and
televised the following day on BBC One.