John Legend, Rihanna, Paulina Rubio, Wynonna, Simply Red, Hakim, Renée Fleming, and Morten Abel are also on board to perform, with Sharon Stone and Angelica Huston hosting the show.

“There were one hundred reasons for leaving the music industry back in 1979, not least because I had found what I was looking for spiritually,” Islam said in a press release. “Today there are perhaps 101 good reasons why I feel right making music and singing about life in this fragile world again.”

Islam is to release his first album of pop music in nearly 30 years, titled An Other Cup, this November.

The concert will honor 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus. The Bangladeshi banker and economist will receive his award the day before the concert at the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony.