Washington (CNN) - Roger Daltrey, that’s who.
The marble halls of Congress will become a concert venue of sorts next week as Daltrey – lead singer of the legendary British rock bank The Who – performs at a ceremony honoring Winston Churchill.
Daltrey will be on hand for an October 30 dedication of a bust of Britain’s World War II leader in the Capitol’s Statuary Hall, according to a release from Speaker John Boehner’s office.
Secretary of State John Kerry and other dignitaries will be on hand for the unusual occasion.
"What better way to celebrate Winston Churchill's friendship to the United States than to have one of Britain's most legendary recording artists perform in the halls of the Capitol," Boehner said in the release.
"Roger's performance is sure to guarantee that the Churchill bust receives the first-class welcome it deserves."
Statuary Hall – home of numerous busts of American statesmen – is an unusual performance space for Daltry. Regardless, the musician said he’s eager to take part.
“I am honoured to be able to show my appreciation to this great man who, as our Prime Minister, fought for and secured freedom for Britain, America and the citizens of the world,” Daltrey said in a statement.
–CNN's Bryan Koenig and Deirde Walsh contributed to this story.