Jamie Carragher was on hand to help commemorate the Hillsborough single 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' reaching Christmas No.1 at a ceremony in Liverpool city centre.
Two months on from the memorable achievement, a special bronze disc was unveiled at Mathew Street's wall of fame.
Situated near to the world-famous Cavern club, the wall display pays tribute to every No.1 recorded by artists from the city.
Last year's cover of the Hollies' classic by the Justice Collective involved a total of nine Scousers, including Paul McCartney, John Power of Cast and lead singer of The Farm, Peter Hooton.
Produced by Guy Chambers, the track also saw the likes of Robbie Williams, Paloma Faith and Mel C collaborate to raise funds for the ongoing fight for Hillsborough justice.
"It was a unique experience," Chambers told Liverpoolfc.com. "I've never done anything like this before. There was a real time constraint with this - it had to be done quickly and it had to be done well.
"The solidarity of the people of this city is very powerful and if they get behind something, it's quite hard to get in the way of that power.
"I knew this and that's why I thought it had a good chance of getting to Christmas No.1 against the odds."
After the unveiling, Chambers was presented with an 'Honorary Scouser' award in recognition of his contribution to the single at a drinks reception held at the Cavern.
Mick Jones, bass guitarist from the Clash, who has been a supporter of the justice campaign for a long time and featured on the recording, was also honoured with the same award.