Kill the Lights in the Caribbean: Luke Bryan Adds Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch to Crash My Playa

ABC/Image Group LALittle Big Town and Dustin Lynch are headed to the Caribbean this winter, joining their Kill the Lights tourmate Luke Bryan for the third year of his all-inclusive Crash My Playa concert vacation.

The CMA Entertainer of the Year is also adding Randy Houser and Brothers Osborne to the lineup, which already includes Blake Shelton, with Luke planning to recruit more of his compadres closer to the January 19-22 getaway.

You can find out more about the trip to Riviera Maya, Mexico at CrashMyPlaya.com and also check out a video recap of last year’s festivities on YouTube.

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Watch now: Florida Georgia Line says "Meant to Be" CMA Awards performance will be "super-powerful"

Watch now: Florida Georgia Line says "Meant to Be" CMA Awards performance will be "super-powerful"ABC/Kelsey McNeal"Meant to Be," Florida Georgia Line's record-breaking collaboration with Bebe Rexha, is nominated for Single and Musical Event of the Year at Wednesday's CMA Awards.  While the duo and Bebe have teamed up to perform "Meant to Be" at a number of other awards shows in the past year, FGL's Brian Kelley says the one they're doing Wednesday night will be the best yet.

"We've got a different type of performance scheduled. We've got a little surprise, a little different version of it, but it's gonna be super-powerful," Brian tells ABC Radio.

"We're just excited about getting out there, performing together," he adds. "We've done it a couple of times, but I think this'll be the best, this'll be the most powerful and we're just excited about seeing the faces of our friends and family and fans....seeing their reactions and [hearing] their thoughts."

Between the two categories in which the song's nominated, Tyler Hubbard knows which one he'd rather win: Single of the Year.

"I think that song just deserves some recognition," he tells ABC Radio. "I think it'd be cool to get up there and share a stage with Bebe -- just to share that moment, I think it'd be really special."

He adds, "That song's changed our life, all three of our lives, and it's just unexpected and very, very cool to see what that song's done this year and how it's connected with our fans and continued to inspire us." 

Tune in to see which trophies, if any, "Meant to Be" wins when the 52nd Annual CMA Awards air live from Nashville on ABC Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.

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