The Zac Brown Band had plenty of career highlights in 2012, including a No. 1 album with Uncaged, a Grammy nomination and a sold-out concert at New York City's Madison Square Garden, just to name a few. The lauded musicians have even bigger plans for the new year, some that will require a passport.

"We've crossed a lot of the things off our bucket list, and it's really time for us as a band to dream up some new things," Zac Brown tells ABC News Radio. "I know we're going to be going to Australia to do some touring there. We're gonna go back to the U.K."

The "Goodbye in Her Eyes" group played in the U.K. in 2011 with Kings of Leon, which is why they are eager to return. "It was amazing," Zac recalls. "Seeing how avid the fans are there -- they're like music-crazed animals."

The bandmates actually have a physical career to-do list, on which they write additions from time to time. "We have a really long bucket list!" ZBB member Coy Bowles tells the Boot. "Every year we go camping, and we literally have a bucket list that we pull out and we see what we've accomplished and we check it off. We've checked off a lot of stuff!"

The Zac Brown Band will play the Deni Blues Festival this March in Deniliquin, Australia, where they will be joined by Bonnie Raitt, Jason Mraz, Santana, the Steve Miller Band, and several other artists. See a list of more upcoming Zac Brown Band shows here.

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