FOLK singer Kate Rusby will be seeing in the New Year with James Blunt, Kaiser Chiefs and an Army band!
She's among guests joining Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra in a TV party.
Millions will watch the former Shelley High School pupil performing the haunting track Fare Thee Well with a little help from her fiddle playing husband John McCusker and the pipers and drummers of the First Battalion Scots Guards.
Kate made her live debut at the Holmfirth Folk Festival as a 15-year-old unknown in the late 1980s.
She was named BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of the Year in 2000.
Other guests playing live on the New Eve programme include Goldfrapp, Marc Almond and the New Orleans Queen of Soul - Irma Thomas.
Jools Holland also teases New Year predictions from his celebrity audience.
* Jools Holland's Annual Hootenanny, 11pm-1.05am is to be screened on BBC2 on New Year's Eve.