Could Dylan, the Stones & Adele play Eden Sessions 2016?
Written by The Cormorant Hotel
Lionel Richie will be playing at the gardens near to hotels in Fowey in June next year, on consecutive nights.
The Dancing On The Ceiling star was originally due to play just one night, on June 14, but due to huge demand for tickets the 64-year-old has announced he'll now be performing on June 15 as well.
The singer-songwriter, whose smash hits include Hello and All Night Long, is visiting Cornwall as part of his All The Hits world tour. Given he's sold more than 100 million albums worldwide, Lionel is sure to put on a spectacular show.
But now the question on everyone's lips is who could be the other names announced to play gigs at the Eden Project next summer?
So we thought we'd try to tackle that question by looking at some of the rumours!
The Rolling Stones
Ageing rockers the Rolling Stones are one of the acts rumoured to be coming to St Blazey.
Now into their 53rd year as a band, they're still touring and have still 'got it' - as Ronnie Wood proved earlier this month when he announced he is about to become father to a pair of twins at the age of 68.
The band are set to tour Latin America in the first part of 2016, but finish touring on March 17, leaving them free to headline an Eden Session and maybe head on to Glastonbury.
Dylan continues to keep playing, carrying on like a rolling stone. He is currently 27 years into a project he's called the 'never ending tour', with new dates announced constantly.
He plays an average of 1,000 gigs every year, a number which would fatigue artists far younger than his 74 years.
At present no dates have been announced for summer 2016, so it's entirely possible he could be at Eden.
The Londoner with an incredible voice has just released her latest studio album and is riding on the crest of a wave, having rapidly seen it become the bestselling record of 2015.
She is strongly rumoured to be headlining Glastonbury although she has spoken out about not being too keen on it, because of sanitation at the Somerset festival.
Perhaps she'll look to acclimatise herself to the festival scene by playing the far more civilised Eden Sessions ahead of a Worthy Farm date.