Robert Plant and Peter Gabriel are amongst musicians that have joined a campaign to save Bath-based music venue The Bell.
BBC reports that the musicians are supporting a community share-offer scheme to save the venue that has been put up for sale by its owners, with Plant describing the loation as "a crucial and integral venue".
"For the last 10 years or so many of my musical adventures have been with friends from Bristol and Bath,” he revealed.
“So I'm fully aware of the Bell and its legacy and its contribution to the musicians and audience in the surrounding area."
Other high-profile musicians said to be supporting the cause include Gabrielle Aplin,Glastonbury’s Michael Eavis, Midge Ure, Will Gregory from Goldfrapp and Portishead.
Campaign group spokesman Patrick Cave said that a lot of goodwill has been received and that so far it has raised over £300,000, with a deadline of March 20 to put forward an offer to the sellers.