Musicians are set to record a fundraising single for Hillsborough families.
Artists including Richard Hawley and The Clash's Mick Jones are performing a new version of The Hollies' hit He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother.
Robbie Williams's former songwriter Guy Chambers will produce the single (which will be released on December 17) with the aim of getting to the Christmas number one spot.
Proceeds from the single will go towards the Hillsborough families' legal costs in their fight for justice.
Other acts due to feature on the single include The Farm's Peter Hooton, Pete Wylie and Oasis drummer Chris Sharrock.
The Zutons' Dave McCabe, Paul Heaton and Cast's John Power are also taking part.
The single was announced by Liverpool Walton MP Steve Rotheram, who said: "Whilst we are confident that the campaign for truth and justice is nearing a conclusion, for 23 years the bereaved Hillsborough families have carried the eternal flame of hope that we would one day see those responsible brought to justice.