SuperHeavy want their first performance to be low key.
While the supergroup - made up of Sir Mick Jagger, Damian Marley, Joss Stone, Dave Stewart and A.R. Rahman - have been offered the chance to play at a number of high profile concerts, they would prefer to make their debut at a small venue.
Dave explained: ''We always talk about making it, well, not a secret gig, but just a small place in New York or something like that.
''We haven't set anything. We went through a million different ramifications.
''Everybody wants to do something. Everybody's busy doing things, but we can all regroup at one point. It's a mixture of five managers.''
The former Eurythmics musician also revealed one of the shows the 'Miracle Worker' band have been approached to perform at include the London 2012 Olympic Games this summer, partly due to the culturally-diverse nature of the group.
He told Examiner.com: ''The funny thing is, SuperHeavy was approached to perform at the 2012 Olympics, because we are mixed culturally: Indian, Jamaican, British. It's all very interesting.
''SuperHeavy, when people realised what it was, we were asked to do everything: The Grammys, the Olympics, the opening of a balloon in Bangkok. There's a wall of invitations.''