A memorial to veteran singer George Melly is being planned in Brecon by the organisers of the town's jazz festival.
George Melly last appeared at the festival in 2006
They are also in talks about holding a concert at next month's festival in memory of the performer, who died at the age of 80 last week.
Event director Jim Smith said proposals were for a plaque or a statue of Melly, one of Brecon jazz's founding patrons, but plans were still under discussion.
Melly opened the first festival in 1983. He also owned a home near Brecon.
Mr Smith said there would be an announcement about a planned concert before the start of the four-day festival, which starts on 9 August.
Last week Mr Smith described Melly as "a great friend" of the event.
"We're looking at a memorial concert and something more permanent, such as a statue or at the very least a plaque," Mr Smith said.
"Obviously, we'd have to look into how we would go about this, and we'd have to speak to the local authority about a suitable position for a statue or a plaque in the town."
Away from show business and writing, Melly's main recreation was fly-fishing and he owned a mile-long stretch of the River Usk beside his holiday home at Scethrog, near Brecon.
He had been diagnosed with lung cancer and vascular dementia, a condition which affects the brain after small strokes.