Shore Fire Media

Track45 Rocks Bridgestone Arena At Preds Game

On Saturday (4.1), country sibling trio Track45 performed two three-song sets for a packed Bridgestone Arena as the intermission entertainment at the Nashville Predators vs St. Louis Blues game, which the Predators won with a final score of 6-1. 

Performing two sets (one per intermission), the Track45 siblings Ben, Jenna and KK Johnson opened the show with a sensational rendition of its pop punk-infused breakup anthem “Hate Me” (3.10). The group also previewed new music to be released later this year.

Track45’s members have written songs for Justin TimberlakeCharlie PuthDierks BentleyTyler Rich and others. Last year, it released its own country-leaning version of “Family,” a song the siblings wrote for David Guetta that featured Bebe RexhaTy Dolla $ign and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie

Track45 signed a booking deal with UTA at the end of 2022, and it is set to release more new music throughout the year. With more surprises and news to come throughout 2023, fans can keep up with the band at





For more on Track45, contact: 


Missi Gallimore | T.R.U.T.H. Management | 



Shore Fire Media |

Jay Jones | 

Camryn Scharnhorst |