Robbie Williams, Mel C and Paloma Faith are among the musicians who will record a cover of The Hollies classic 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' for a Christmas release.
Guy Chambers will produce the track in support of families who lost loved ones at the Hillsborough stadium in April 1989.
The recording of the track began at Metropolis Studio in Chiswick, London today (October 30), with Liverpool FC's Kenny Dalglish, Alan Hansen and Everton FC's Peter Reid in attendance.
Frankie Goes to Hollywood frontman Holly Johnson will also record lines for the song according to Chambers, who revealed the news on his Twitter page.
The track will also feature The Hollies, Beverley Knight, Mel C, Shane MacGowan, Mick Jones (The Clash), Peter Hooton (The Farm), Pete Wylie, The Justice Tonight band, Richard Hawley, Chris Sharrock (Oasis), Ren Harvieu, Dave McCabe (The Zutons), Paul Heaton (Beautiful South), Hollie Cook, Jon McClure (Reverend & The Makers), John Power (Cast) and Gerry Marsden (Gerry and the Pacemakers).
The single will be released on December 17, and will challenge the X Factor winner for the Christmas number one spot.
Watch The Hollies perform 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' below: