Classic movies such as The Princess Bride, Clueless and Dirty Dancing will also be screened at the event.
Musician from Dundee plans to open Dreaming with the Lights Off tour in Edinburgh on March 10.
During The Chris Moyles Show on Wednesday, an Aberdeenshire man said he couldn't afford to go for a beer.
Council deputy leader Cammy Day confirmed discussions were happening ahead of an all-party group meeting on July 21.
The veteran performer enjoyed a successful career on stage and screen.
Sir Salman Rushdie and Margaret Atwood also signed the letter warning of an 'intolerant climate' for free speech.
The rockers join Biffy Clyro and Simple Minds in signing a letter calling on the Scottish Government's support.
A total of £97m is coming to Scotland from a UK Government support package for the arts.
Daniel Craig has filmed his last movie as 007 in No Time To Die.
Museums, galleries, theatres, cinemas, music venues and heritage sites will receive £97m in Scotland.
Fiona Hyslop says the fund will provide a 'vital lifeline' to help performing arts venues continue.
Geoff Ellis says the SSE Hydro could only open at 30% capacity and many smaller venues could go under.
Live announcements held in previous years will be replaced by virtual events due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cineworld has postponed the reopening of their cinemas in Scotland by two weeks.
The Edinburgh Film Festival is taking place online this year.
Feelgood favourites, musicals and end-of-the-world blockbusters are included in the line-up.
Edinburgh International Film Festival and Unique Events have teamed up with city's airport for programme.
Bloody Scotland reveals contenders for its top prizes.
Beverley Knight, Dizzee Rascal and Tony Hadley among those performing at the capital's Royal Highland Centre.
Emeli Sande, Sting and Biffy Clyro’s Simon Neil will also donate special performances for the charity auction.