Sir Paul McCartney, Rihanna and Robbie Williams have been invited to perform at a proposed 'Alien Woodstock' event to try and coax alleged extra-terrestrials out of an underwater base six miles off the coast of Malibu.
Luckman - who is director of the New York Center for Extraterrestrial Research - has a theory there is a huge underwater alien base located six miles off of Malibu's Point Dume in the Pacific Ocean and he wants to use a host of pop stars who believe in alien life to coax them out of their base.
As well as Paul and Ringo, Luckman also wants Yoko Ono - the widow of late beatle John Lennon - her son Sean Lennon and Dahni Harrison, the son of deceased fourth band member George Harrison, to take part in the concert.
Among the other alleged alien admiring stars invited to take part in Luckman's out-of-this-world Woodstock are Rihanna, Robbie Williams, Sir Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Alicia Keys, Sting, Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry, Muse frontman Matt Bellamy and guitar legend Joe Satriani among others.
Satriani penned the song 'Surfing With the Alien' and Luckman wants to make the track the anthem of 'Alien Woodstock'.
Information released to BANG Showbiz reveals Luckman plans to make contact with the life forms hiding in the deep sea base by using underwater speakers and lasers. During the proposed show a flotilla of boats will be sent to the co-ordinates where the base is supposed to be to welcome the intergalactic beings.
The alien expert - who penned the book 'Alien Rock: The Rock 'n' Roll Extraterrestrial Connection' - has already secured the backing of several business partners who were responsible for coming up with the financing for the various Woodstock Festivals.
The Michael Landon Community Center in Malibu has been mentioned as the possible concert site and if it goes ahead and is successful there are also plans to hold a second 'Alien Woodstock' in upstate New York - a reputed UFO hotspot.
Luckman is also planning an underwater mission to search for the seafaring aliens and he wants Shirley MacLaine, Russell Crowe - who famously tweeted a UFO photograph captured outside his office in Sydney, Australia - Dan Aykroyd, 'E.T.' director Steven Spielberg and 'Star Trek' actor William Shatner to join him on the expedition.