It already features some of the biggest names from the Black Country’s entertainment industry.
Now bosses at Wolverhampton’s Civic Hall say they want to add even more of the region’s famous sons and daughters to their Wall of Fame.
Slade frontman Noddy Holder MBE was the first performer to have his name added to the shrine, in the main hall behind the stage, when it was first launched in 2008.
Since then the likes of boxing promotor Ron Gray, Glenn Hughes from the band Black Country Communion, Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham and his son Jason, as well as Dave Hill, Jimmy Lea and Don Powell, all from Slade, have been added.
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