Jools Holland welcomes 2009 with his 16th annual Hootenanny, recorded at BBC's Television Centre in London sometime last week. Featuring a host of stars and acts that have made their mark on the melodious landscape of 2008, the Hootenanny is the show to help the music lover ring in the New Year. On the eve of Motown's 50th anniversary, Martha And The Vandellas join Jools to perform some of the greatest songs of the Sixties, including 'Dancing In The Street' and 'Heatwave'. Annie Lennox sings one of her solo hits and a classic big band tune; Dave Edmunds performs Seventies tunes such as I Hear You Knocking; Sam Sparro takes his hit Black And Gold in a swing direction; and Lily Allen surprises with her take on a classic song. Adele and Duffy don't quite manage to share a stage but manage to perform all the same, Dizzee Rascal invites viewers to 'Dance Wiv Me', while old-school rock band/Springsteen tribute of the year The Hold Steady (that title with to Arcade Fire last year) perform tracks from their acclaimed Stay Positive album.