A plaque will be unveiled in memory of late British record producer Mickie Most on May 16 in St. John's Wood, north London.

A plaque will be unveiled in memory of late British record producer Mickie Most on May 16 in St. John's Wood, north London.

The ceremony will be followed by a reception and luncheon at London's Grosvenor House Hotel in honor of Most, who died on May 30 last year at the age of 64.

The initiative has been organized by Musical Heritage, a division of the Heritage Foundation. According to its Web site, a significant number of stars from across the entertainment spectrum have expressed a desire to take part, including artists that Most worked with such as Peter Noone (of Herman's Hermits) and Kim Wilde, as well as actors including Sir Michael Caine, Susan George and Robert Powell.

Musical Heritage celebrates the cultural contribution of those in the arts and raises money for good causes through its Arts & Entertainment Charitable Trust.