DJ Dave Lee Travis is coming back to Huddersfield - 30 years on.
The Hairy Cornflake made a celebrity appearance at the town's Starlight Club in 1974.
Owner Barry Downey booked him in to wow the crowds.
Now, three decades later, Barry's son, Richard, who owns the Rock Cafe in Victoria Lane, has invited him back.
He's the special guest at the venue's 10th birthday party, at its regular Motown, soul and Starlight revival night in the Paparazzi club above the bar, on Friday.
Richard says: "My dad used to invite celebrities to the Starlight in Kirkgate. We had Diddy David Hamilton, too.
"I'm afraid I can't tell you much about DLT's visit. I was only seven, so I was tucked up in bed!"
Dave, who now presents a Sunday show on BBC Three Counties Radio, which broadcasts across Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire, is set to help play the records at the event.
He told the Examiner: "I'm a huge Motown fan. Who isn't? That's when music was great, when it excited people. Nowadays I couldn't tell you a single record that's in the charts."
Dave joined Radio 1 in 1968 and famously quit on air 11 years ago.
He says he hasn't done a "gig" for ages, being busy with other things, but made a special effort for his Kirkheaton-based agent, George Wilkinson.
He says: "I haven't listened to Radio 1 for years - though I turned the dial to it by mistake in the car the other day. I switched it off again straight away.
"I think kids should get what they want to hear on radio. It's not a case of the old fuddy duddy versus the young, hip jocks.
"Radio is better than TV, but it's still going the way of all flesh. It's too easy to make programmes full of farting and crude jokes, instead of something balanced that people actually want to listen to."
Dave continued: "I love a live audience and it'll be great to come to Huddersfield and meet a mix of people with a passion for good music."
Barry remembers Dave's original visit. He says: "He played a few records and mingled with the crowd. He was good fun.
"On one picture he's seen proudly showing off his new digital watch. It was one of the first around."
Dave is set to meet customers in the Rock Cafe bar before heading up to the Paparazzi club.
Richard transformed the former Examiner office into the pub and club, opening it on September 24, 1994.