The 2015 CMA Awards will be rockin', thanks to Thomas Rhett and Fall Out Boy.

The country singer and the pop-punk band will team up for a performance during Country Music's Biggest Night. The Country Music Association reveals that it will be a "special collaboration," although there is no word on if the song they'll be performing is one of Rhett's tunes, something unreleased or a mashup of the two artists' material.

Rhett is nominated for New Artist of the Year at this year's CMA Awards; a complete list of nominees is available here. The singer-songwriter recently released his sophomore album, Tangled Up.

On Monday (Oct. 5), Eric Church and Hank Williams Jr. were revealed as the first two performers for the 2015 CMA Awards. They will open the show with a performance “Are You Ready for the Country,” which will be released as Williams Jr.’s first song on Nash Icon.

The 2015 CMA Awards are scheduled to air live from Nashville on Nov. 4 at 8PM ET on ABC. For the eighth year, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood have been named as the hosts, and they will each be performing as well.

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