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WATCH: Track45's SEC Championship performance


On Sunday (3.12), rising country trio Track45, which consists of siblings Ben, Jenna and KK Johnson, performed the National Anthem at the SEC Basketball Tournament Championship at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, showcasing the group's breathtaking blood harmonies.

Watch Track45 perform the “Star-Spangled Banner,” here: 


See photos from the SEC Basketball Tournament Championship performance, here:


Last Friday (3.10), Track45 shared its angsty, pop-punk-infused breakup anthem “Hate Me” via Stoney Creek Records. The release marked the band’s first new music since “Family,” an original, country-leaning version of a song the siblings wrote for David Guetta with Bebe RexhaTy Dolla $ign and A Boogie wit da Hoodie. Members of the group have also written songs for Justin TimberlakeCharlie PuthDierks Bentley, Tyler Rich and others.

In addition to the trio's music, Ben Johnson has become one of Music City’s most sought-after songwriters. He wrote five No. 1 songs in 2022 alone and received a GRAMMY nomination for his role in co-writing Weezer’s “All My Favorite Songs.” He was also honored earlier this month at the CMA Triple Play Awards for his three No. 1 songs on country radio in the last year. Track45 signed with UTA for booking last year, setting the band up for a successful 2023. 


Fans can expect new music from Track45 this year. For more information on the group, visit




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