Luke Bryan, Hunter Hayes Debuting New Songs on ACM Awards

Luke by Monty Brinton/CBS; Hunter by Mark Davis/ACM

ACM weekend in Las Vegas is almost upon us, folks. And while the awards show will undoubtedly hold a few surprises, a couple of stars have confirmed they will be performing brand-new, previously unreleased singles on the April 7 telecast.

Aside from co-hosting the musical proceedings, Luke Bryan will perform his new single, "Crash My Party." The new track is the first release from his upcoming, as-yet-untitled fourth studio album. Also, keep an eye out for Luke this week as he makes appearances on The Talk (April 4), OMG! Insider (April 4) and CBS This Morning: Saturday (April 6).

Additionally, young Hunter Hayes will premiere his new single, "I Want Crazy," during the awards show. The song will appear on his deluxe album Hunter Hayes (Encore), which includes seven new and re-recorded tracks and will be available June 18.

And get those credit cards ready, because both artists' new songs will be available for purchase at digital outlets following the show.

The 48th Annual ACM Awards airs live on CBS Sunday, April 7, at 8 p.m. ET. Follow the action with us on CountryWeekly.com and Twitter.

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