Jenny Allinder and Jim Mullins traveled in similar musical circles for years before they ended up on the same stage together.
The occasion, three years ago, was GoodNight, the New Year's Eve celebration, and the two discovered they had a blast doing it.
"He called me out of the blue to do it and it was so much fun," Allinder said.
So this year, they'll join forces again, putting together a songlist that is officially billed as Celtic on the GoodNight program.
But Allinder and Mullins say when she pulls out her fiddle and he his guitar, you never know where the music might take them.
"I love Celtic music and I like to take liberties with it - but with responsibility," Allinder said. "We might take a fast tune and slow it down so we can savor the music."
Mullins added, "When she and I get together, musically almost anything can happen."
For example, they've been known to go from a traditional Irish tune right into "Yellow Bird."
"I love that type of juxtaposition," Allinder said.
Music is a fun release for both, who work by day for Kanawha County Schools, he as a school psychologist and she as a reading specialist at Dunbar Middle School.